Idaho Falls Seeking Input on Anti-Discrimination Law

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0  Updated at 2:53 pm, March 29th, 2013 By: Managing Editor
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(IDAHO FALLS, ID) – The city of Idaho Falls is considering the adoption of an anti-discrimination ordinance. The city council is asking for public input to discuss the possible pros and cons of such an ordinance. Though officials declined to offer details about the plan, it is likely that the measure will follow similar laws adopted in other communities across the state, which forbid discrimination regarding housing and employment based on sexual orientation. The city hopes to have an ordinance in place by June



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