Crosswalks at the intersection of Lexington’s Limestone and Short Street were painted in rainbows colors in advance of the 2017 Pride Festival. Lexington’s “fairness ordinance” protecting gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender individuals would have been significantly weakened by a House bill heard Wednesday by the House Judiciary Committee.
Crosswalks at the intersection of Lexington’s Limestone and Short Street were painted in rainbows colors in advance of the 2017 Pride Festival. Lexington’s “fairness ordinance” protecting gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender individuals would have been significantly weakened by a House bill heard Wednesday by the House Judiciary Committee. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com
Crosswalks at the intersection of Lexington’s Limestone and Short Street were painted in rainbows colors in advance of the 2017 Pride Festival. Lexington’s “fairness ordinance” protecting gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender individuals would have been significantly weakened by a House bill heard Wednesday by the House Judiciary Committee. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com

Half the Kentucky House backed bill weakening gay rights. Then it got replaced.

March 14, 2018 04:35 PM