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New Ordinance in Vicco, Perry, County, protects gays from discrimination. Vicco is 145 miles, 2 hrs 38 minutes due east of Columbia, KY (Google Map/Vicco, KY)

There's a story posted this morning in USA Today, from its corporate sister publication the Louisville Courier-Journal about new efforts by coal mining town Vicco to make itself more attractive to new comers, including expansion of the liquor zones to try to get more restaurant business, and another, an anti-gay discriminaton ordinance, which makes Vicco the tiniest town in America to have such an ordinance. It's at Ky. town may be smallest to ban anti-gay discrimination/Vicco, Ky.'s mayor sees the move as part of an effort to revive the city of 334. According to the article, only Louisville, Lexington, and Covington, in Kentucky, have similar ordinances.

This story was posted on 2013-01-20 10:08:07
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