A new act for Employment Nondiscrimination?
Michelangelo Signorile makes a compelling argument:
It's time for a rebranding. The president of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), Chad Griffin, following on the success of the "freedom to marry" movement that he helped advance rapidly, should get to work right away and change the name of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), which will be voted on in the Senate in coming days, to the "Freedom to Work Act."
Full argument: And Now It's Time to Rebrand ENDA: The Freedom to Work Act [Huff Po]
A Senate Committee vote is set for next week. Its backer can call it "Cheesebread Enema," for all I care, so long as we can all call it law.
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