Politics & Government

January 1, 2016 6:29 PM

Kansas bill that would outlaw anti-gay discrimination will be heard first week of session

HB 2323 would add sexual orientation and gender identity to state’s anti-discrimination law

The House Judiciary Committee will hear the bill on Jan. 14

LGBT rights activist say this is needed to protect against discrimination; religious conservatives see it as a threat to religious liberty

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