• Karin Valenti

    02.08.2017 at 13:52 Reply

    Please protect the lgbt community from discrimination. We are proud Michigan citizens who contribute greatly to this state. Those of us who face discrimination will eventually take our families, our talents and our money elsewhere unless we can feel welcome and at home in Michigan.

  • Arizona Welsh

    02.08.2017 at 14:23 Reply

    I was a resident of MI since birth 51 years ago up until last month when I moved to VA with my family. While I have been fortunate not to experience anti-LGBTQ discrimination because I am transgender, I have witnessed such discrimination against friends and acquaintances. However, I am no stranger to discrimination. I was born deafblind and have experienced discrimination and oppression from hearing-sighted people all my life right up to this very day. I fully support the inclusion of sexual orientation and gender identity as part of the anti-discrimination law in MI. We have rights, just like everybody else, and we should be afforded the same. Discrimination has NO place in our modern society!

  • JoAnn Okey

    02.08.2017 at 16:03 Reply

    Gender and sexual orientation have nothing to do with citizenship. Every human being must be accorded the same rights and responsibilities as every other citizen. I expect that the governing bodies of the this state I love will defend the rights of every and all citizens.

  • Terrance Thornton

    03.08.2017 at 00:44 Reply

    Equal rights for all.

  • James Pedersen

    03.08.2017 at 15:35 Reply

    All citizens deserve full civil and human rights in America, regardless of who they love.

  • Barbara Noyes-Stark

    14.08.2017 at 21:05 Reply

    I believe strongly that we are overdue in granting civil rights to all persons REGARDLESS of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender presentation. To continue to equate this with sexual predatory behavior has been disproven time and again.

  • Amy Albin

    15.08.2017 at 15:32 Reply

    Equal right for all!

  • Cameron Rogers

    15.08.2017 at 15:55 Reply

    NDOs protect us from termination from jobs or evictions from apartments. Why just because we like the same sex should we be kicked out of apartments or terminated from jobs? I didn’t know that just because I was gay I couldn’t provide the same work at jobs that straight people can.

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