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West Virginia Republicans Hesitant To Vote For Anti-Discrimination Bill During Election Year

A bill prohibiting “landlords and companies with more than a dozen employees from discriminating against people because of their sexual orientation” has enough support from House and Senate leaders in the West Virginia legislature, but probably won’t come to a vote in this election year because Republicans do not feel comfortable supporting the measure during [...]
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