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The Kansas Democrat acknowledged that the legislation faces an uphill battle in the GOP-controlled Senate, but she made a passionate case for its necessity based on her own status as a resident of a state where a person can be fired or denied housing because of her sexual orientation.
“How crazy is it, how wild is it that I can be the 3rd district representative of the state of Kansas for the United States House of Representatives and if I went to get an apartment I could be turned away for no other reason than I’m part of the LGBTQ community? That is outrageous and it something that we have a chance to fix,” Davids said.
Davids recalls emotional vote for LGBTQ bill - but knows it faces battle in Senate