Idaho removes offensive language from state laws

04/7/2010 | Idaho Statesman (Boise), The

Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter signed into law a ban on the use of some terms in state code that are offensive to people with disabilities. The statute replaces outdated wording in 73 state laws, and advocates say the law communicates to residents that disrespectful language is not tolerated by the state's government.

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