A Virginia delegate has introduced a bill that would prohibit school boards and other local governments in the state from establishing anti-discrimination measures for sexual orientation and gender identity.
From Washington Blade:
House Bill 385, which state Del. Bob Marshall (R-Prince William County) introduced on Wednesday, would specifically prohibit “any political subdivision of the commonwealth, including a locality or school board, from enacting an ordinance or adopting a regulation prohibiting discrimination on any basis other than race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, national origin, age, marital status or disability.”
Virginia’s statewide anti-discrimination law does not include sexual orientation and gender identity.