Arkansas Supreme Court Rules Fayetteville Can’t Enforce LGBT Protection

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Arkansas Supreme Court says Fayetteville cannot issue a city ordinance that is meant to be nondiscriminatory to the LGBT community.

A Fayetteville city ordinance was passed in 2015 that protected the LGBT community by having an anti-discriminatory ordinance.

The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday, January 31, 2019, ruled in part “because the circuit court exceeded its jurisdiction on remand, its actions following remand are void.”

Click here for the complete ruling.

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