Tag Archives: nondiscrimination ordinances

The law that sounds reasonable – but isn’t

This post is a transcript of a 4-minute weekly radio commentary aired on several Utah radio stations. Partisan activists have used words like tolerance, fairness and equality to gain special rights. In the name of fairness, a growing number of … Continue reading

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Is the ‘gay rights’ bandwagon good for business?

The following post is a transcript of a 4-minute weekly radio commentary aired on several Utah radio stations. A growing number of private businesses are adopting internal policies addressing discrimination in the workplace regarding homosexuality. These nondiscrimination policies are adopted … Continue reading

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Ancestry.gone?

  As proponents of a statewide nondiscrimination law gathered last night with some of Utah’s most prominent companies to cheer on the cause, one business leader told The Salt Lake Tribune: “We’re trying to attract people into this great state,” … Continue reading

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Inequality Utah

  As homosexual activists continue to push their political agenda throughout Utah, the name of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is incessantly invoked, as are its adherents’ perceived endorsements (through public opinion polls) in support of homosexual … Continue reading

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Responses to criticisms of Sutherland’s position on nondiscrimination ordinances

  Sutherland Institute has expressed concerns about two proposed ordinances in American Fork that would require affected employers and landowners to consider “gender identity” and “sexual orientation” in making decisions about employees or property. Sutherland appreciates the thoughtful responses to … Continue reading

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