Shelbyville City Council to hear new pitch for Fairness

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Group supports ordinance to broaden protections

By Steve Doyle

Members of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth in Shelby County are planning to attend Thursday’s meeting of the Shelbyville City Council to try to generate support once again for the adoption of a Fairness Ordinance.

The group attended a council meeting last November and made a plea for an ordinance that would expand antidiscrimination code in the city to include sexual orientation. Similar ordinances have been passed in Louisville, Lexington, Covington and Vicco, a small town in Eastern Kentucky.

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