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Families Stop ‘Gender Identity’ Ordinance in West Virginia

In a win for families and small businesses, the Parkersburg, West Virginia, City Council rejected an ordinance that would have violated the privacy rights of moms and daughters. The ordinance would have created special rights to four new classes, including “sexual orientation” and “gender identity.” If passed, the privacy and safety of Parkersburg’s women and […] The post Families Stop ‘Gender Identity’ Ordinance in West Virginia appeared first on Family Policy Alliance.
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