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Petitioning Google & Google Fiber

Reconsider your decision to invest in anti-LGBT Provo, UT

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Google has made their stance on LGBT equality very clear.

http://www.google.com/diversity/legalise-love.html

And yet their business practices might prove otherwise. It was recently announced that Google Fiber will be investing in Provo, UT, a city that has, until now, refused to pass a non-discrimination ordinance that would protect LGBT individuals from discrimination in housing and employment.

http://business.time.com/2013/04/18/silicon-slopes-google-fiber-planned-for-provo-utah/

The Senators and Representatives from the City are just as bad and have done very little or nothing to move the non-discrimination bill through the state legislature. In fact, Senator Margaret Dayton R-Provo/Orem has been one of the staunchest opponents to the LGBT community.

Tell Google and Google Fiber they should apply pressure to the City they are about to invest millions into that they should become more inclusive and more LGBT friendly. If not, maybe Google should invest their money in a city that cares more about its people.

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Letter to
Google & Google Fiber
Google has made their stance on LGBT equality very clear.

http://www.google.com/diversity/legalise-love.html

And yet your business practices might prove otherwise. It was recently announced that Google Fiber will be investing in Provo, UT. A city that has, until now, refused to pass a non-discrimination ordinance that would protect LGBT individuals from discrimination in housing and employment. The Senators and Representatives from the City are just as bad and have done very little or nothing to move the non-discrimination bill through the state legislature. In fact, Senator Margaret Dayton R-Provo/Orem has been one of the staunchest opponents to the LGBT community.

Google and Google Fiber should apply pressure to the City they are about to invest millions into that they should become more inclusive and more LGBT friendly. If not, maybe Google should invest their money in a city that cares more about its people.