NE Hate Group Forces State Capital’s City Council To Repeal LGBT Rights Ordinance Or Put It To Public Vote

The Christian Post reports:

An ordinance in Nebraska’s capital city that extends discrimination protections to include sexual orientation and gender identity could be put on the ballot this November or rescinded after referendum petitions garnered four times the needed signatures.

The “Let Us Vote” referendum initiative needed 4,137 signatures, equivalent to 4% of voters in Lincoln. But petitions were signed by more than 18,500 voters in just 15 days, forcing the Lincoln City Council to put the Fairness Ordinance on the ballot or rescind the law, according to the Nebraska Family Alliance.

Read the full article. Photo: Nebraska Family Alliance executive director Karen Bowling.