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This is the 20th year that the Missouri Nondiscrimination Act has been filed. Democratic Rep. Greg Razer of Kansas City, one of two openly gay members of the Missouri legislature, is a sponsor of the bill that would make it illegal to fire someone from a job for being LGBT or being perceived to be LGBT. Razer says support for the bill has grown.
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