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Pennsylvania borough's LGBTQ anti-discrimination ordinance may face repeal by new conservative majority

Added 01-23-22 02:29:02am EST - “A borough in central Pennsylvania will likely repeal an anti-discrimination ordinance that protects LGBTQ citizens in jobs, housing and public accommodations like restaurants, according to a report.?” - Foxnews.com

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A borough in central Pennsylvania will likely repeal an anti-discrimination ordinance that protects LGBTQ citizens in jobs, housing and public accommodations like restaurants, according to a report. 

The Chambersburg Borough Council would be the first in the state to take such an action, according to PennLive. com.

"All of us that ran in this election to be on council, we think we got a mandate from the people," new borough council President Allen Coffman said. "People we talked to when we were campaigning did not like this ordinance at all. I don’t know what the vote will be, but I have a pretty good idea."

The council in Chambersburg, located about 55 miles southwest of Harrisburg, has a new conservative majority. 

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