Tomorrow evening the Anchorage Assembly continues its public hearing regarding a proposed anti-discrimination ordinance that would protect gay and lesbians. If passed, the ordinance would not allow for discrimination based on sexual orientation. But some Alaska businesses have already taken steps to make sure that all employees are protected.
- Mayor Officially Seeks Public Vote on Anti-Discrimination (25 June 2009)
- Claman Considers Anti-Discrimination Measure for April 24 Ballot (24 June 2009)
- Sullivan Could Decide Sexual Orientation Ordinance (19 June 2009)
- Confrontations Reduced Outside Assembly Hearing (17 June 2009)
Suzanna Caldwell, APRN – Anchorage
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