MAKE YOUR CALL TODAY.
THIS RESOLUTION WILL BE VOTED ON

THIS TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26.

This past January, the City of Milwaukee began exploring the possibility of gender-neutral or gender-inclusive restrooms in city buildings. In July, the Equal Rights Commission’s “Inclusive Restrooms Working Group” issued a report calling for, at a minimum, the City of Milwaukee to create gender-inclusive restrooms, locker rooms, and changing rooms in all buildings and properties owned by the City.

In early November, 3 Milwaukee alderpersons introduced a resolution calling for the City to create policies and procedures to implement “gender-inclusive” restrooms, locker rooms and changing rooms in all City buildings both present and in the future.

On November 13, the Public Works Committee held a public hearing on the resolution.  Appearing in support of the resolution were 3 members of the Equal Rights Commission and a City employee who is transgendered from female to male. No one spoke against the resolution.  CLICK HERE TO VIEW the portion of the hearing where this resolution was considered.

CLICK HERE to read the full resolution that will be voted on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2019

Following the testimony, the Public Works Committee voted 5-0 to adopt the resolution and forward it to the full Common Council.

The Milwaukee Common Council is scheduled to vote on the resolution this coming Tuesday morning, November 26, 2019.

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