IDAHOSTATESMAN.COM - Maryanne Jordan said she's not worried - yet - that state lawmakers will undo city laws that protect homosexuals from discrimination.
On the other hand, Boise's City Council president left no doubt how she felt about Idaho Republicans' resolution encouraging legislators to do just that.
"It's a sad thing, talking about institutionalizing discrimination," Jordan said Tuesday. "It's difficult enough that these protections don't exist statewide, but an effort to actually take away protections that have been put in place in several cities already seems extremely ill-advised."
On Saturday, the Idaho Republican State Central Committee passed a resolution recommending that legislators make unenforceable ordinances that expand Idaho's existing anti-discrimination policy to protect sexual orientation. CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL STORY