Tag: LGBT Discrimination: Exploring Laws and Policies
The primary thing that stops movement on protections like this is a lack of knowledge, or ignorance. By giving voice to the realities of the benefits of non-discrimination to the community at large, fair-minded people overwhelmingly support non-discrimination.
Does Pennsylvania want to be attracting large corporations like Northrup Grumman? Seems like a silly question, yet the reality is that companies make choices based on a number of factors, bit at least a part of it, is selecting states
On Monday, March 8, 2010 The Lancaster City Human Relations Commission is sponsoring a community discussion about Pennsylvania HB300
Today in the State of Pennsylvania, there are a handful of cities and counties that offer nondiscrimination protections, but within the rest of the state, there is no protection whatsoever. The solution? Pass PA HB 300.
Got this from the blog called Above Average Jane: Joe Hoeffel called on Attorney General (and GOP candidate) Tom Corbett to support “HB 300 and HB 745 today so that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens of Pennsylvania can have