The Wyoming Rescue Mission faced legal charges earlier this year. When a non-christian applicant sued the organization for discrimination when they were not hired, claiming it was due to their faith. The EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) and Wyoming Workforce Services also got involved in the case. They took the position the organizations’ hiring practices violated anti-discrimination laws and policies.
There was a lot of commotion today in the legislature on Thursday as folks got heated over some hot-topic bills.
Thursday morning, the senate signed off on the third reading of the child abuse-change of sex bill. It passed 22 to 9.
Thursday was a big day in the legislature. We celebrated Military day and the Diversification of business in the state.”
The capitol celebrated Military day with the life of Major Theodore Williams Gostas, a veteran who overcame atrocities by making something beautiful out of something ugly.
The Senate Labor, Health and Social Services Committee met Friday morning to discuss the child abuse change of sex bill.
This bill would charge parents with child abuse if they assist their under-aged, in changing their gender permanently