The Human Rights Campaign has just released an ambitious study entitled the Municipal Equality Index. The goal: to grade cities across the country when it comes to LGBT inclusivity in municipal law.
Of the 291 cities analyzed, four were from Colorado: Denver, Boulder, Aurora and Colorado Springs. Of the quartet, two wound up with mediocre tallies, while the other two were much better, with the last just shy of a perfect score. Look below to see photos and data for each, followed by the complete report.
Colorado SpringsContinue to see the Municipal Equality Index scores for more Colorado cities. AuroraContinue to see the Municipal Equality Index scores for more Colorado cities. BoulderContinue to see the Municipal Equality Index scores for more Colorado cities. DenverContinue to read the complete Municipal Equality Index report.
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