Vote on LGBT rights not likely before November election
Legislation that would add LGBT protections to Michigan’s anti-discrimination law will probably have to wait until after the November election.
Some supporters of the measure hoped lawmakers would take it up before voters go to the polls in November. But the bill has not even been introduced yet.
Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville, R-Monroe, says he wants to take up the issue. Be he does not expect to hold a vote until the Legislature’s “lame duck” session.