The Scottsdale City Council's recent approval of a unity pledge supporting workplace equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people has supporters asking if an anti-discrimination law could be next.
On the heels of Tempe's voter-approved ban on LGBT worker discrimination last week, some say Scottsdale's pledge could be the first step toward considering an anti-discrimination ordinance, which would offer further legal protections for the LGBT community.
"I think we have some momentum with the unity pledge and certainly with unanimous support from the council," Scottsdale Councilwoman Virginia Korte said. "I think that reflects an openness to an ordinance." Read more »