Local Boston business leaders held an event today in support of the “Yes on 3” ballot initiative that will decide whether or not to repeal the current state law — protecting transgender people from discrimination in public accommodations. Jim Braude was joined by Jane Steinmetz, the Boston Managing Principal at Ernst and Young and Jim Rooney, president and CEO of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, to discuss their support for “Yes on 3.”
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