At Tuesday night’s Salt Lake City Council meeting, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints issued a statement showing it’s support of the city’s proposed non-discrimination regulations . . .
Tuesday’s statement to the city council comes in response to public comment on two proposed anti-discrimination ordinances that would enact two new chapters in the Salt Lake City Code.
The ordinances, one dealing with employment, the other with housing, stem from a report released in July by Mayor Becker and the City’s Human Rights Commission, which found a number of discrimination cases throughout Salt Lake.
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