Anti-bias law is needed to protect Conn.'s transgender residents

06/2/2009 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

Connecticut should add its name to the list of 13 other states and hundreds of municipalities, businesses and colleges and universities that provide anti-bias protections based on "gender identity or expression," the Hartford Courant writes in this editorial. "All residents should be able to live safely and have equal opportunities," the Courant writes.

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