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Augusta Commission To Consider Discrimination Ordinance



Members of the Administrative Services are set to discuss a sweeping new ordinance that will allow customers and employees of private businesses to file discrimination complaints against local firms, possibly causing the business to suffer a fine and public shame.

The ordinance is broad and cove...

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  1. If our Mayor & some of the Commissioners have this much time on their hands to think up frivolous drivel like this then it should be obvious to everyone but them that they aren’t smart enough to understand they are just continuing to prove how useless, and undeserving of a raise, they are. I’m thankful for term limits.

  2. I certainly hope that this endeavor is shut down as quickly as possible. “Perceived” discrimination? Give me a break. Current laws can and should handle these types of allegations. If not, the business owners and others being “accused” are at a huge disadvantage. Fines and court costs should be levied against those cases found to be frivolous accusations.

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