Voters in Springfield, Mo., voted by a slim margin to repeal protections against discrimination for the city’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender citizens.
The measure passed in Missouri’s third-largest city with 51.4% of the vote Tuesday night.
"We are still here for each other, and we will still work together to continue to make Springfield a welcoming place for all people," A.J. Bockelman, executive director of the LGBT rights group PROMO, said in a statement. "Tomorrow, just as today, we continue working to achieve equality."
Last October, Springfield’s city council added sexual orientation and gender identity to an...