‘Y’all means all’ signs made to support Daviess County Fairness Ordinance

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OWENSBORO, Ky. (WEHT) – Supporters of the proposed Fairness Ordinance in Daviess County are looking for support from local businesses.

Small plywood signs with the phrase “Y’all means all” are being made and donated to interested business owners.

More than 100 have already been picked up and the owners of In the Groove, who made the signs, said as many as 60 others are interested.

Jeff Source, a co-founder of In the Groove, said, “There’s been pushback from local organizations and local governments, and this is just a way for people to show they do stand, whether they’re LGBTQ or not, that everybody is standing together.”

Store owners said the signs are free to small business owners after a donation was made to cover the cost of production.

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(This story was originally published on December 20, 2019)

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