Despite receiving a letter from anti-gay groups demanding one, Gov. Greg Abbott will not call a special session to pass a bill aimed at undermining the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of marriage equality.
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A San Antonio woman is counting on Texas’ Religious Freedom Restoration Act to trump a local ordinance that could end her decade-old ministry of feeding the homeless, mentally ill and others who are simply down on their luck.
Creating a victory for LGBT advocates, Cecil Bell Jr.’s anti-gay marriage bill died in the Texas legislature along with more than 20 anti-LGBT proposals.
Texas Values President Jonathan Saenz accused the Texas Association of Business of supporting “the homosexual agenda” and blames the state chamber of commerce for the demise of anti-LGBT legislation.
Gay rights advocates began sounding the alarms Wednesday after two anti-LGBT bills cleared House committees and another received a favorable hearing.
The Texas Association of Business forcefully reiterated its opposition Tuesday to two proposed “religious freedom” amendments that critics say would enshrine a license to discriminate […]
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.
Dallas Rep. Dan Branch has introduced a bill that could tie up to 25 percent of higher ed funding to “outcomes” like quick graduation, doubling down on a controversial proposal he backed last session.
There is great unrest over testing in Texas schools, and a few Texas business leaders have some opinions about what we should do. Until […]
The facts are widely known. An unprecedented coordination between the Republican administration and big corporate interests held the country tightly in its grip. In […]