Washington City Paper reports:
Under new legislation proposed today, D.C. officials could get more information on disparities in queer residents’ health.
At-Large Councilmember David Grosso proposed a bill that would require the District’s Department of Health to collect data on sexual orientation and gender identify as part of DOH’s Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey, which is conducted by phone. The goal is to better inform policy decisions on public health.
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What could possibly go wrong, right?