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Non-Discrimination and Equal Benefits in Bozeman, Montana

HRC's Marty Rouse with Montana Conservation Voters' Theresa Keavney after meeting to discuss expanding equality in Montana Earlier this week, the Bozeman City Commission voted 3-0 to prohibit public employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.  They also updated their policies to clarify that they provide benefits to domestic partners of city staff. Bozeman is now the second city in Montana, after Missoula, to protect lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in their city's employment non-discrimination policy. More information on cities and counties with gender identity inclusive non-discrimination ordinances is available from HRC's Workplace Project.

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