The former U.S. housing secretary and San Antonio mayor proposed a raft of ideas to fight the rise of domestic terrorism and reduce firearm violence.
Most City Council members were receptive to using money from SAWS to make up for shortfalls in next year’s budget.
Commentary: When leaders make public policy decisions by ignoring instead of adapting, it becomes a dangerous warning to those inevitably left behind.
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Activists supporting San Antonio’s paid sick leave ordinance interrupted a City Council meeting, chanting and unfurling a banner that read “No Trust.”
City officials turned to SAWS for additional revenue, proposing an increase in the portion of money given to the City for the first time since 1992.
An updated version of the City’s climate action plan has been stripped of its most controversial strategies to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
The federal government has released guidelines on how to receive reimbursement for migrant-related expenses, but no cities can apply yet.
A federal lawsuit filed in San Antonio on Wednesday claims the State of Texas arbitrarily rejects mail-in ballots in violation of the U.S. Constitution. – via @TexasTribune
Commentary: It’s time for City Council to call on SAWS to increase its contribution to the General Fund.
CIty Council will consider funds to improve the application process after a review found most boards and commissions don’t reflect San Antonio’s population.