A statewide advocacy group is reacting to a report that ranks how larger cities are doing when it comes to LGBTQ friendly policies.
The Human Rights Campaign surveyed seven communities in Wisconsin. Appleton was third, behind Madison and Milwaukee, with 78 points out of 100.
Green Bay’s 40 points were below the national average of 57.
Oshkosh tied for last among the state’s seven cities at 29.
Megin McDonell is a spokeswoman for Fair Wisconsin. She says the scores aren’t meant to shame cities, but show them how they can be more inclusive.
Just over 500 communities were graded around the country.