State Rep. Rick Miller, a Fort Bend County Republican, has introduced a bill that would prohibit cities from enforcing ordinances protecting LGBT people against discrimination.
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An Austin couple, Sarah Goodfriend and Suzanne Bryant, became the first same-sex couple to be married legally in Texas.
The Log Cabin Republicans are an LGBT group, but one might not have guessed it based on the legislative agenda for their lobby day at the Texas Capitol on Thursday.
Attorneys for two same-sex couples are asking a federal appeals court to allow gay marriages to begin in Texas immediately.
Two proposed religious freedom amendments to the Texas Constitution could lead to more than just anti-LGBT discrimination, according to legal experts.
Earlier this week, a 17-year-old YouTube blogger posted an emotional video in which he recounted how he was forced to leave his high school because […]
Sen. Don Huffines, a Dallas Republican, has filed a bill that would prohibit cities from enforcing LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinances.
The nation’s largest LGBT political advocacy group indicated this week it is unlikely to help defend a nondiscrimination ordinance in Plano due to exemptions affecting the transgender community.
Four Republican lawmakers from the Plano area plan to introduce legislation that would bar cities and counties from adopting ordinances prohibiting discrimination against LGBT people.
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.