Last week in Utah, SB 262 - a bill that would outlaw housing and employment discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity - died in the final days of the latest Senate session. Supporters of the bill held a rally on the state capitol steps two days later where they celebrated how far the bill had come and to motivate people for future measures. I shot a few photos at the capitol. Enjoy.
|Over 100 supporters of an LGBT anti-discrimination bill held signs and flags at a rally on the steps of the Utah State Capitol on Wednesday, Mar. 13, 2013. Despite the failure of the bill to reach the senate floor, the mood of the rally was positive.|