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Anti-Discrimination Ordinances Yield Little to No Cases in Other Cities



The Augusta Commission is meeting Thursday morning to look over a draft of the proposed anti-discrimination ordinance Mayor Hardie Davis is recommending. Right now, at least seven other Georgia cities have such an ordinance in effect.

Those cities are Decatur, Doraville, Chamblee, Savannah, Broo...

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  1. The fact that anti-discrimination ordinances yield little to no cases is great! Regardless of whether or not complaints have been filed, the fact of the matter is that they exist should someone need to file a grievance.

    Unless I’m mistaken, the city is discussing putting this ordinance on the books and then moving on; however, some people are acting like the city is planning to create an entire anti-discrimination enforcement division that is going to hire thousands of monitors to be stationed in every business in Richmond county.

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