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  • Harold Olsen

    Are they going to clearly define what constitutes discrimination? Probably not. They don’t like being pinned down. If I have a transgender coworker whom I don’t like and choose not to have anything to do with him/her/it, whatever, just because they’re a jerk, will I be charged with discrimination. It’s like blacks who call you a racist if you say you don’t like them, even if you have dozens of black friends. If you don’t like the one black person because he’s a jerk, then you don’t like black people. Legislation like this usually causes more problems than it solves. Just what the brain dead politicians want.