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Monday, April 10, 2006

News: Bloomington, Indiana ordinance

An ordinance amending the Bloomington Municipal Code to recognize gender identity has been introduced. It would define gender identity as meaning "a person's actual or perceived gender-related attributes, self-image, appearance, expression or behavior, whether such characteristics differ from those traditionally associated with the person's assigned sex at birth."

1 comment:

rightwingprof said...

And the state supreme court will strike it down, as they did before, because you cannot legally go beyond the state constitution in Indiana.

It's called feel-good legislation, instead of actually doing something, and in a town with next to no economy because of the moonbats in office. Also known as wasting taxpayer money.