“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
On Monday April 30, 2012, 18 elected leaders showed their support for the fairness amendment.
"We believe a just society is a society that creates an environment of fairness and tolerance for all its citizens, not just some of its citizens, " Lincoln Sen. Bill Avery said at the fourth pro-amendment news conference in a week and a half. Read more here.
You can help Make Lincoln Fair.