Va. Governor Issues Executive Order Allowing Only Pro-LGBT Groups to Receive State Contracts

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe has signed an executive order barring the state from giving contracts to businesses that do not have antidiscrimination policies regarding sexual orientation and gender identity. Governor McAuliffe signed Executive Order 61 last Thursday at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, with it taking immediate effect.

“It is hereby ordered as the policy of the Executive Branch that it will only contract with those who abide by the non-discrimination policies set forward in Executive Order 1 (2014), namely that discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, political affiliation, disability, or veteran status is prohibited,” reads EO 61 in part. READ MORE

 

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1 Comment on "Va. Governor Issues Executive Order Allowing Only Pro-LGBT Groups to Receive State Contracts"

  1. That sounds like discrimination to me.

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