3 non-discrimination ordinances pass

Cleveland City Council unanimously voted on Nov. 30, to approve a proposal protecting discrimination based on gender identity and expression in employment, housing and public accommodations.

According to Equality Ohio, other municipalities also voted on similar measures that day. Akron, Ohio, now includes sexual orientation and gender identity for employment, housing and public accommodations, in a vote of 1o-2. Summit County, Ohio, passed an almost identical ordinance, voting 11-1.

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