State leaders have made it clear they're not interested in extending anti-discrimination protections to the gay and lesbian community. At the start of 2009, I watched members of the Senate State Affairs Committee barely give Sen. Nicole LeFavour (pictured, via Wikipedia) the courtesy of their attention before quickly voting against printing her bill to amend the Idaho Human Rights Act to include LGBT protections in the workplace, education and housing. A week before LeFavour was shot down by her fellow senators, the Idaho Human Rights Commission -- an organization tasked specifically with "ensuring that all people within the state are treated with dignity and respect"--voted against supporting LeFavour's proposed legislation/Rachael Daigle, Boise Weekly. More here.
Question: Should Idaho extend human rights protections to the gay and lesbian community?