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August 19, 2014 11:27 AM

Discrimination ordinance continues to vex Roeland Park council

Discussion at the council’s committee of the whole meeting on Monday shifted from sexual orientation and gender identity protections to the language providing protection to those with military service. The council was concerned that the law, which takes effect January 2015, would unintentionally be harmful to veterans.

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