Joe Dill, a councilman in Greenville County, South Carolina, has introduced a proposed ballot measure that would allow voters to weigh in on an anti-gay resolution originally passed in 1996. The resolution states “that lifestyles advocated by the gay community should not be endorsed by government policy makers, because they are incompatible with the standards to which this community subscribes.”

Voters May Decide Whether to Declare This South Carolina County an LGBT-Free Zone (VIDEO) – Towleroad Gay News
Last month, numerous outlets reported that one-third of Poland is now an “LGBT-free zone,” which means local municipalities have passed resolutions “against LGBT propaganda” and “pro-family.” Now, believe it or not, voters in one U.S. county may decide whether to do effectively the same …
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March 08, 2020 at 12:00PM