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The Kentucky Equality Federation has announced that they are satisfied with the actions of the City of Hazard and they will not be pursuing legal action.

“Today, after having additional conversations with the City of Hazard, our legal representation, and Hazard officials, we are satisfied with the actions of the City,” said Kentucky Equality Federation President Jordan Palmer. “Kentucky Equality Federation was asked to intervene by Mending Hearts, Inc. to protect the interests of their clients.

The KEF also requested that gender identity be added to the list of non-discrimination rules at The Pavilion.  The organization also believes Hazard sets a positive example for all cities in both Southern Kentucky and the entire Commonwealth.