The City of Boise, Idaho has included specific references to gender identification in its anti-discrimination policy covering public employees. The policy was adopted in a unanimous vote by the Boise City Council late last month, but done as part of a routine consent agenda. "We view our employment policies very much as an economic development tool," City Council President Maryanne Jordan said. "We don't pay as much as other organizations do. The main thing we're looking for is talented employees."
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