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New SF advisory panel backs collecting data on LGBTQ city employees

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How the city can track the number of LGBTQ people it is employing was a main focus for the reconstituted LGBTQI+ Advisory Committee for the San Francisco Human Rights Commission as its first meeting.

The consultative panel lent its support for doing so ahead of the issue coming before the Board of Supervisors in the coming weeks.

As the Bay Area Reporter first reported in June, city leaders want to be able to ask employees and those who apply for jobs with the city in a voluntary and anonymous way if they identify as part of the LGBTQ community.

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