Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Utah Seems to Support Non-Discrimination Laws
by Brig Bagley
20 August 2014
Following the survey about Utah's attitudes towards gay marriage, the same polling group released a poll saying that about the same majority of Utahns support non-discrimination legislation in the workplace and in housing with respect to sexual preference.
Some see this as a line dividing what is tolerance versus what is condoning immoral behavior, such as legalizing same-sex marriage.
This result reflects the decrees of the Mormon church, who officially supported non-discrimination in Salt Lake City, but also firmly opposes legislation that makes SSM legal.
This is a positive thought for those in the LGBT community, but there is still a long fight ahead to secure the protections and equality they seek.
Read more here: http://www.ksl.com/index.php?sid=31212315&nid=148&title=majority-of-utahns-favor-nondiscrimination-laws-study-shows