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Cincinnati council members want to make changes to non-discrimination ordinance

Proposed changes to Cincinnati’s public ordinance approach.


By: Evan Millward

CINCINNATI — Two Cincinnati council members are proposing changes to the city’s non-discrimination ordinance to include updated language on gender, military status, breastfeeding women and more.

The changes apply to public area and businesses, landlords and employers.

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