The Topeka City Council approved two ordinances Tuesday to reduce discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. The council approved establishing a city domestic partnership registry for same-sex and opposite-sex couples who are not married. It approved a second ordinance that bans the city from discriminating in employment and hiring based on gender identity. The Topeka Capital-Journal reports measure also requires the city to make a good faith effort to provide...

Kansas Inmate Claims Discrimination

Nov 4, 2013

A Kansas prison inmate claims he's being discriminated against because the Department of Corrections won't allow visits from his husband.