MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) – Alabama cities rank poorly in an advocacy group’s report measuring legal protection and inclusion for gays and lesbians.
The Human Rights Campaign issued a report measuring more than 300 cities for legal protections, city policies and inclusion efforts.
Of the five Alabama cities included in the survey, Birmingham had the highest score at nine points. Montgomery followed with eight points.
Huntsville and Mobile both scored four points. Tuscaloosa had the lowest score at three.
The national average score was 59 points.
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