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...sing issues with lesbian and gay individuals along with protection for other minorities. While the Equality Act was not all inclusive, it had the right idea about what was needed to help improve the lives of people who are regularly discriminated against. According to civilrights.org, “ENDA is modeled on the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits employment discrimination based on race, religion, gender, national origin, and color, ENDA works within the boundaries of the Civil Rights Act to protect a group of people who have been historically and are currently discriminated against.” The fact that ENDA is directly modeled after the Civil Rights Act of 1964 correctly validates its cause. The LGBT community has always had to face discrimination on many levels and protecting these people with the law could help to curb a lot of the hatred this community receives.
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