New Mexico legislature sends anti-discrimination law to governor’s desk

Posted on AllSides March 15th, 2023
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The New Mexico legislature this week passed legislation to modernize the state’s anti-discrimination law by adding explicit protections for LGBTQ people. The bill, officially titled the Human Rights Modernization Act, now heads to the governor’s desk for final approval. The proposed law, which New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) is expected to sign, establishes a broader slate of protections for LGBTQ people by defining gender and sex in state law and expanding existing definitions of sexual orientation and gender identity. It was first introduced in January by state Democratic...

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