Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is not giving in on removing sexual orientation from the non-discrimination policies of the state universities.
According to the Washington Post, McDonnell issued an executive directive, which is not legally binding. Cuccinelli said that state law doesn’t cover sexual orientation and only the General Assembly can change that.
Equality Virginia called on the governor to appoint a special counsel to enforce his directive and to push for changes to the state’s law.
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