State Sen. José Menéndez said the economic impact of the bathroom bill to San Antonio is greater than any other in Texas.
The Texas Supreme Court threw out a lower court ruling that said spouses of gay and lesbian public employees are entitled to government-subsidized same-sex marriage benefits.
The passage of two so-called “bathroom bills” could mean an initial $411.8 million loss for the San Antonio region’s gross product each year.
San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor, the first black woman to serve as mayor of a city with more than 1 million people, accepted the challenge to build lasting bridges of opportunity for boys and men of color when she agreed to take part in President Barack Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper Initiative.
Mayor Ivy Taylor and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff will introduce a panel discussion about the local tech industry next Tuesday, March 1, 11:30 a.m. at Rackspace headquarter’s event center, but what’s unique about this particular luncheon in San Antonio is that, for once, the conversation will be dominated by women.
A much-debated non-discrimination ordinance that drew national attention to San Antonio and record numbers of citizens to City Hall for and against the measure passed Thursday afternoon by an 8-3 vote.
The line to attend City Council’s “B” Session rarely stretches outside the Municipal Building into Main Plaza downtown.
Every time you pledge allegiance to the flag, you promised to step forward for which it stands, liberty and justice for all.
As part of San Antonio’s continuing effort to become a more economically and socially progressive city, the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community is working to develop a more visible presence in the local economy.