“Lincoln has to compete with other communities for talented workers and many of those cities have protections in place based on sexual orientation.”
– Beatty Brasch, Executive Director of Center for People In Need
A variety of faith leaders, community advocates, researchers and those in touch with the business community are standing up for fairness! The public hearing for the Fairness Ordinance will be on Monday, May 7. Much of the testimony and supporting documents are compiled into this hearing packet.