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This ordinance prohibits discrimination against applicants for housing services based on any identity trait which is protected under state law and establishes legal recourse for individuals who have experienced discrimination. Moreover, this ordinance consolidates county code and extends anti-discrimination jurisdiction to unincorporated areas within the county's geographical boundaries.
An ordinance amending Article I0 of Chapter I of Division I0 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code, the Service Contractor Worker Retention Ordinance, to make certain modifications and clarifications. It is unacceptable that contracting decisions involving the expenditure of City funds should have any potential effect of creating unemployment and the consequential need for social services. The City, as a principal provider of social support services, has an interest in the stability of employment under contracts with the City or by those receiving financial assistance from the City. The retention of existing workers benefits that interest.