Omaha discusses new workplace discrimination bill
The Omaho’s City Hall is having a debate on a discrimination bill that is on its second attempt at getting passed.
A city councilman is working to get the bill passed which states that it will ban discrimination based on the gender identity of a person or their sexual orientation. This bill did not pass in 2010, but officials have stated that they are much more organized now.
The chief organizer held a news conference today in order to spread the word. Many say that discrimination on gender orientation and sexual orientation is a large issue in the area and that it is costing the area certain job opportunities.
If you or a loved one has been the victim of gender discrimination, you need representation on your side that can help you through this time. Contact the gender discrimination lawyers of The Melton Law Firm by calling 512-330-0017.