Cities of Harrisburg and York are two of only 91 cities in the
country that have formally adopted Gender Identity
Anti-Discrimination Laws to protect their transgendered residents.
In 1983, Harrisburg adopted such
discrimination laws along with sexual identity laws. These
protections include, but are not limited to, public accommodation,
housing, employment, education and the right to sue.
In 1998, the City of York also adopted Gender Identity
Anti-Discrimination Laws. Although not as inclusive as Harrisburg,
York’s laws offer protection in public accommodation, housing and