Non-Religious Anti-Discrimination Ordinance Passes In Madison, Wisconsin

Secular Talk

Do non-religious, secular people, and atheists have legal protections?

“On Tuesday, the city of Madison, Wisconsin announced that it is now against the law to discriminate against atheists, making it the first city in the country to grant explicit legal protection to people who do not believe in a God,” according to the publication Think Progress.

Think Progress:

“According to Hemant Mehta of the Friendly Atheist blog, last night the Madison city council voted unanimously to add atheists to a list of protected groups in the city’s equal opportunity ordinance, an anti-discrimination law. The move, which inserts the phrase ‘religion or nonreligion’ into the legal code, prevents atheists from being denied equal opportunity in employment, housing, and public accommodations.”

Secular Talk looks at the ordinance passed in Madison, Wisconsin that protects atheists and secular people.

(Updated post)

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