Gregory Scalzo, left, and Jospeh Davis, of Bushkill, hold their marriage license after being married in State College in 2013. Currently, 34 municipalities in Pennsylvania have non-discrimination ordinances that provide protections based on sexual orientation. Legislation in the state Senate and House would prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity or expression.
Gregory Scalzo, left, and Jospeh Davis, of Bushkill, hold their marriage license after being married in State College in 2013. Currently, 34 municipalities in Pennsylvania have non-discrimination ordinances that provide protections based on sexual orientation. Legislation in the state Senate and House would prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity or expression. CDT file photo
Gregory Scalzo, left, and Jospeh Davis, of Bushkill, hold their marriage license after being married in State College in 2013. Currently, 34 municipalities in Pennsylvania have non-discrimination ordinances that provide protections based on sexual orientation. Legislation in the state Senate and House would prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity or expression. CDT file photo

Their View | Legal discrimination alive and well in Pennsylvania

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