It won't pass here in Oregon for the same reason pot legalization hasn't thus far - it's not a big problem in employment here. All the major employers in the state have long since added that to their HR policies. The antis are highly motivated to defeat it and the pros are not that motivated to pass it. Plus, even the liberals here buy into our non-official state motto - We're nothing like California, and that's a good thing!
Don't tell me this doesn't happen either. I grew up in a small town and I saw all kinds of... tyranny.
HOWEVER, I agree with you on this part. If it is a PRIVATELY held company. I can understand it. You can hire and fire at your leisure. Your company, your risk, your call.
However, if it is a corporation, it should be a different story. Then, it is not just one person's call.
As a dreamer of dreams and a travellin' man, I have chalked up many a mile.
Read dozens of books about heroes and crooks and I've learned much from both of their styles!
You've stated your opinions and philosophy many times but they are meaningless and have failed endlessly.
In your opinion the current laws violate rights well many many court cases, pieces of legislation, facts, reality, defined rights/laws and much court precedence disagree with you opinion and render it meaningless.
You support discrimination and want to empower it and bigots, I do not, i support equal rights and stopping discrimination.
Good luck trying to sell your opinion to people though.
are all gay people fired for being gay? of course not
are some gay people fired simply because they are bad employees? of course
are some gay people fired simply for being gay, absolutely, thats just reality and the facts lol