Thursday, 24 January 2013

Vicco, Smallest Town In Kentucky, Passes LGBT Non-Discrimination Law

Follow: LGBT, Civil Rights, LGBT, Gay Rights, Kentucky Gay Community, Vicco Kentucky, Anti-Gay Discrimination, Anti-Gay Discrimination Law, Gay Discrimination, Gay Discrimination Law, Kentucky, Kentucky LGBT Rights, Kentucky Gay Rights, Vicco, Gay Voices News On the heels of a statewide push for Kentucky to its protect lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) citizens, one of the smallest towns in the commonwealth has just approved a new nondiscrimination law which does exactly that. A week ago, the Fairness Coalition joined Vicco, Ky. -- home to some 334 residents in total -- as they passed the commonwealth’s first LGBT fair treatment ordinance in a decade, reports Lex 18. Vicco is now being touted by a number of media outlets as the smallest town in America to adopt an anti-discrimination law based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

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