Title

"City" piece on South Portland City Councilor Birger Johnson, who asked city att

Authors

Al Diamon

Source

Casco Bay Weekly

Date

4-2-1998

Pages

8

Abstract

"City" piece on South Portland City Councilor Birger Johnson, who asked city attorney Mary Kahl to draft a proposed ordinance banning discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation in housing, employment, credit and public accommodation. Sixty percent of South Portland voters supported the state's gay-rights law. South Portland is the seventh municipality to consider a local gay rights law since the state law was repealed in February.

Subjects

Civil rights, Homosexuality -- Law and legislation, Birger T Johnson

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