Just last week, thousands were celebrating Royal Oak's move to amend the city anti-discrimination ordinance to protect all our neighbors and visitors. 

However, now a small group is circulating a petition to stop this common-sense law from going into effect.  

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65% of Michiganders support making sure that gay and transgender people, are protected from discrimination. Twenty-one other cities in Michigan and more than 100 across the country who have successfully implemented similar ordinances.

“The Royal Oak City Commission passed the human rights ordinance 6 to 1,” said Commissioner Jim Rasor, who participated in the press conference. “This is something that fair-minded people across our city support. It’s good for Royal Oak. That’s why the City Commission voted to support this effort.”

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