2 years after heated public hearing, few complaints have been filed under Omaha's LGBT law
Assistant Nebraska football coach Ron Brown testified against the proposed amendments to Omaha discrimination laws at an Omaha City Council meeting in March 2012. Filmmaker Alexander Payne testified on behalf of the measure
Posted: Saturday, March 22, 2014 12:00 am
Two years after the City of Omaha adopted an ordinance aimed at protecting the workplace rights of gay and transgender employees, only a handful of complaints have been filed with the city's Human Rights and Relationship Department.
Though some opponents of the protections had cautioned that the city could be in for a flood of complaints, they've come in at more of a trickle. So far, the city has received five. Two of those have been dismissed for no cause, and three are pending.
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