One of the state’s most anti-gay lawmakers is going forward with a “religious freedom” amendment dropped by another representative earlier this week amid opposition from the Texas […]
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The Texas Association of Business has come out against two religious freedom resolutions that critics say would enshrine a “license to discriminate” against LGBT people in the Texas Constitution.
Two proposed religious freedom amendments to the Texas Constitution could lead to more than just anti-LGBT discrimination, according to legal experts.
State Rep. Jason Villalba (R-Dallas) remains adamant that a proposed constitutional amendment he filed earlier this month isn’t intended to undermine local ordinances prohibiting anti-LGBT discrimination.
Two days after the Plano City Council approved an ordinance prohibiting discrimination against LGBT people, a Texas legislator filed a proposed constitutional amendment that would limit the ability of cities to enforce such laws.
A panel of Texas political experts, including Rep. Donna Howard and Rep. Jason Villalba, discuss the 2014 election and the Texas Legislature.
The inclusion of a guest worker program in the Texas GOP platform was seen as a big step forward. Now some want to strip it out.
Meet the promising newbies and the veterans in bigger roles during the 2013 Texas Legislature.