Neb. antidiscrimination bill fails to overcome filibuster

A bill in Nebraska seeking to protect LGBT individuals from employment discrimination this week failed to garner enough votes to overcome a filibuster. Conservative lawmakers who supported the filibuster said the bill would infringe on the religious freedoms of small business owners. "This debate is far from over," said Chris Chapek of an LGBT group in Nebraska.

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Omaha World-Herald (Neb.) · Daily Nebraskan (University of Nebraska)

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