The Texas Legislature could very well gavel out its special session next week without passing a “bathroom bill.”
The list of signatures includes several prominent conservative leaders in the local community.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Gov. Greg Abbott Monday discussed annexation, transportation, and education finance in a meeting with Garland Mayor Douglas Athas.
The Texas House and Senate are taking different approaches to the governor’s agenda and could be headed for another standoff on the “bathroom bill.”
Amid all the noise in Washington D.C. and in Austin, other legislative decisions of great importance to San Antonio drew far less media attention.
President Trump announced Wednesday morning on Twitter that transgender people would be barred from serving in the U.S. military “in any capacity.”
Big-city police chiefs called on lawmakers to reject the “bathroom bill,” saying the measure is discriminatory and does not keep the public safe.
For the third time this year, hundreds of people streamed through the halls of the Capitol and waited in line to testify on the divisive issue that has garnered Texas national attention.
Speaking to the State Affairs committee of the Texas Senate Friday, Mayor Ron Nirenberg gave opposing testimony to legislation known as the “bathroom bill.”
San Antonio Chamber of Commerce and 15 local superintendents sent a letter urging the State to leave such privacy matters to local education leaders.