The hidden impacts of the anti-LGBTQ city charter

In 1993, residents of Keizer approved an addition to the city charter that some members of the Keizer City Council are now seeking to eliminate. It’s known as Section 44, and it specifically targets members of the LGBTQ+ community for exclusion when it comes to city practices.  

It states that city officers “shall not make, pass, adopt, or enforce any ordinance, rule, regulation, policy or . . .

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