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Uploaded on May 14, 2010

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) Professional Standards Committee convened 5/13/10 during the NAR midyear meetings in Washington, DC and voted unanimously on a proposal to amend the NAR Code of Ethics to include sexual orientation as a protected class. The unanimous vote was followed by joyous applause. As of 5/15, the motion has been approved by NAR's Board of Directors, and will go before NAR's delegate body during their annual meeting this November 2010 in New Orleans for final review. If final review is passed, the change in code will take effect January 1, 2011.

The National Association of Gay and Lesbian Real Estate Professionals (http://www.naglrep.com) works closely with the National Association of Realtors Equal Opportunity - Cultural Diversity Committee and originally brought the idea for amendment forward in March of 2009, through the efforts of NAGLREP CEO Jeff Berger and Director Eric Kodner. Kodner serves as a member of the NAR Equal Opportunity - Cultural Diversity Committee and also serves on the Wisconsin Realtors Association (WRA) Equal Opportunity in Housing Committee. Kodner suggested the amendment during the March 2009 meeting of the WRA Equal Opportunity in Housing Committee. NAGLREP thanks Wisconsin Realtors Association committee members Eric Kodner, WRA Legal Affairs Director Debbi Conrad, Kevin King, Char Glocke and the entire WRA leadershp who worked so hard to prepare and present this proposal before the National Association of Realtors.

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