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Should Kansas ban discrimination against someone based on sexual orientation or gender identity?

Asked at Dillons on Massachusetts Street on March 12, 2014

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“Absolutely. ”

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“Yes. Definitely yes.”

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“They should make it illegal, yes.”

Comments

Gabe Hoffman 9 months, 1 week ago

It's ridiculous this has to be a question.

Leslie Swearingen 9 months, 1 week ago

I agree with Gabe. Business owners are going to force the legislature to make a law before they will serve gay people.

My thing is that if a business does have a gay customer and accepts their money for those services that is not supporting the gay lifestyle, because that money goes to the owner of the business, the owner has an increased profit margin, which supports his lifestyle.

Now, you can buy that new car. See, win, win.

Darin Wade 9 months, 1 week ago

I am gay and understand that if I am on someone's property And take liberties without permission that's not discrimination It's about time for our Gay leaders that we have that lack vision And create our own neighborhood..

Darin Wade 9 months, 1 week ago

As gay man I don't like living with other people's Choices and demand conformity as the same with others I don't demand but make a plan to have our own space To be a people to hold our own weight and pay taxes and not Grieve others for the sake of being me..

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