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Transgender Anti-Discrimination Bills Win Final Approval from Nevada Legislature

The Nevada Assembly gave final approval today to two transgender anti-discrimination bills and sent them to the governor, the AP reports:

Sandoval The Assembly on Monday passed a bill adding transgender people to the list of groups protected from discrimination in housing or rental agreements.

Lawmakers also passed a measure prohibiting discrimination against transgender people in public places such as restaurants. The bill makes an exception so bars can host gender-based promotions such as Ladies Night.

The bills join a separate bill protecting transgender Nevadans from discrimination in employment which reached Governor Brian Sandoval's desk last week.

Sandoval has not indicated what he will do with them.

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  1. They should make sure to get enough support to override a veto.

    Posted by: Matt Munson | May 23, 2011 10:56:05 PM

  2. do you really expect a member of the BIGOT party to support equality for glbt americans

    Posted by: curtis | May 23, 2011 11:49:03 PM

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