ABA Finally Opposes Discrimination On Basis Of Gender Identity

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At the ABA meeting in Hawaii last week the following resolution was passed:
"RESOLVED, That the American Bar Association urges the Federal
government, the states and territories, and local governments to enact
legislation prohibiting discrimination on the basis of actual or
perceived gender identity or expression in employment, housing and
public accommodations."
The passage of the resolution means that the ABA can now advocate on
this issue.

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