Public employees in Virginia’s Prince William County are being asked to disclose their gender identity and sexual orientation in a taxpayer-funded survey.
Coles District Supervisor Yesli Vega has exposed to the public a survey, which has been sent to all public employees by Prince William County’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Office.
Vega sent an e-mail to constituents revealing the
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee says she's nonetheless preventing in opposition to slavery nowadays that also exists
survey that local media reported had cost County taxpayers $78,000. Afterward, Prince William County’s DEI Director Maria Burgos quickly deleted the survey from the public domain. According to Potomac Local News however, the Inclusion Survey (pdf), has been reopened to all employees ….