In this episode, Observer contributor Priscila Mosqueda explains how Denton may become the first Texas city to ban fracking.
Tag Archives: LGBT
Texas has two out LGBT candidates running for Congress and six LGBT candidates for the Texas Legislature on the ballot, a record number.
Aja Edwards, a gay City Council member in the tea party stronghold of New Braunfels, is building an LGBT community from the ground up.
Legally married in other states, many same-sex couples in Texas face an uncertain future at home.
The man who authored a plank endorsing reparative therapy in the Texas GOP platform has been identified as Jeremy Schwab, the founder of an ex-gay ministry.
Scenes and faces from the 2014 Texas GOP convention in Fort Worth.
In the first interview of her campaign dedicated to LGBT issues, Wendy Davis underscores her commitment to fight for marriage equality as governor.
This summer Eric Alva joined the fight in his hometown in favor of a proposal to update the city code to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity and military status.
In this episode of Observer Radio, staff writer Emily DePrang shares details on a report suggesting capital punishment in Texas needs a major overhaul.
Last night, the San Antonio City Council chamber was a house divided between red and blue as hundreds lined up for and against a proposed non-discrimination ordinance.