LINCOLN — Supporters of banning job discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity are hopeful that growing support from business leaders will finally push the measure to passage in Nebraska.
“This issue often gets tied up in partisan politics, but it really is a nonpartisan issue when you make the business case,” said Abbi Swatsworth of OutNebraska, a gay rights advocacy group based in Lincoln. “It’s about the perception of the state as […]
We had a great meeting with @NebraskaChamber last fall. So pleased to see they voted today to oppose workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. Welcome to the work! #EqualityBeforetheLaw
— OutNebraska (@OutNebraska) January 30, 2020
Bravo to the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce in supporting LGBT workplace non discrimination! Lets make Nebraska open for business to ALL! https://t.co/60FZKvx9CC
— Senator Adam Morfeld (@Adam_Morfeld) February 6, 2020
— Fred Knapp (@fredmknapp) January 31, 2020