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Council members differ on LGBT proposals

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Terrence Biggers

Nampa Mayor Bob Henry

Melissa Sue Robinson

Caldwell City Councilmember

Posted: Sunday, July 21, 2013 12:04 am

CANYON COUNTY — As cities across Idaho pass ordinances that ban discrimination against gays and lesbians, neither Nampa nor Caldwell leaders have any immediate plans to do the same. But Caldwell City Council members Mike Pollard and Terrence Biggers said they would support a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered anti-discrimination city ordinance.

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  • speckinspace posted at 7:41 pm on Sun, Jul 21, 2013.

    speckinspace Posts: 621

    We should adopt a new anti-discrimination ordinance. Caldwell should strive to be seen as a town that welcomes the LGBT folks.



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