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What forms of discrimination does the Saint Paul Ordinance prohibit?
The City of Saint Paul Code of Ordinance - Chapter 183 prohibits discrimination in the following areas based on:

- Race
- Color
- Religion
- Creed
- Age
- Disability
- Marital Status
- Familial Status
- Sex
- Sexual or Affectional Orientation
- National Origin
- Ancestry
- Status with regard to Public Assistance

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