Georgetown became the 13th Kentucky town to adopt a fairness ordinance with a vote of 5-3. Georgetown has a population of 34,395. LGBTQ residents will now be protected from discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodations.
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With a unanimous vote of 5-0 August 6, 2019, the Northern Kentucky town of Dayton, population 5,338, became the twelfth city in the Commonwealth with a Fairness Ordinance prohibiting LGBTQ discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodations.