…by legislation to be debated before the Montana State Senate.
From Montana Equality Now:
HB 516, the bill to nullify Missoula (and Bozeman) ‘s non-discrimination ordinance(s), will come before the Senate Local Government Committee Monday, March 14th, at 3 pm and our legislators need to hear your voice.
This bill would not only nullify the Missoula Ordinance, but would ban most attempts by cities and towns to ensure their LGBT citizens feel secure on the job, at home, and in the community. Please come and tell our Senators why you support equality and they shouldn’t legislate away a vital tool for cities and towns to meet to needs of their citizens.
All you need to do to participate iis show up and give brief testimony the the committee on why non-discrimination ordinances matter to you.
Carpooling by Montana Equality Now will be available from Missoula, leaving at 12:20 PM from the East Broadway Park and Ride, at 1122 E. Broadway (Near the wind turbine).
Other carpool locations should be available soon.
Please spread the word.
If you can’t make it then you can still send the committee a message at:
If you want to read the bill it is available at:
I’m going. Hope you will, too.
My statements about LGBT and gender discrimination are here.