HOLLAND, MI (WHTC) - A capacity crowd filled Council Chambers at Holland City Hall last night for a hearing by the Michigan Department of Civil Rights on extending state anti-discrimination laws to include lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders. Testimony from both sides of the issue was given during the two-hour session, which came a year after the Holland City Council rejected a similar municipal proposal. State officials say that all input through a series of such hearings across Michigan, along with written submissions, will be considered before a report is made to the state Civil Rights Commission early next year.
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