UPDATE: DELHI TOWNSHIP BECOMES 28TH COMMUNITY TO PASS NON-DISCRIMINATION ORDINANCE

  Last night, the Delhi Township Board of Trustees unanimously passed a comprehensive non-discrimination ordinance. During a brief public comment period, four citizens rose to speak in favor of the ordinance. Cheryl Overley, who is part of the largest homeschooling group in the state, said “We have families who live in Delhi Township and we […]

Letter from the ACLU to Meridian Township

The Lansing Branch of the Michigan ACLU recently drafted a letter to the Meridian Township Board. The letter, which was written by Branch President Lynne Martinez, expressed the ACLU’s “profound disappointment and concern with the Board’s possible reversal on the issue of adopting an ordinance that would fully protect Meridian Township residents and visitors from […]

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DELTA TOWNSHIP TO INTRODUCE NON-DISCRIMINATION ORDINANCE

Tonight, Monday, September 16, the Delta Township Board of Trustees will introduce a non-discrimination ordinance. The Board has been working diligently on this issue since late May. They have discussed, revised, listened to testimony, and discussed the issue again. The result of this hard work is a comprehensive ordinance that will prohibit housing, employment, and […]