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December 8, 2016

School Board Debates Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity Anti-Discrimination Policy

The Loudoun Now newsite reports:

"Loudoun County School Board members argued Tuesday evening over whether to include "sexual orientation and gender identity" among characteristics protected from discrimination.

The debate was prompted by a proposal from Tom Marshall (Leesburg) to add ancestry to a list of identifications already spelled out in the board's equal opportunity policy protecting employees and applicants. Those include race, color, sex, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, marital status, age, religion, national origin, disability and genetic information.

That prompted a motion from Vice Chairwoman Brenda Sheridan (Sterling) to add sexual orientation and gender identification to that list. "

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Loudoun Times reports:

"There is no financial cost to this, but there certainly could be a much higher cost," said Sheridan. "I implore my colleagues to be a champion for our LGBTQ community."

Eugene Delgaudio said: "Adding new classes of protected types especially a class that has many definitions with one source claiming 59 definitions and another source claiming as many countries in the world, hundreds, the claim that adding "sexual orientations" could cost many millions of dollars annually in new tax burderns. So this is a spending issue as well as a policy outside any Virginia law."

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