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.
Texas Republicans on Thursday unveiled Senate Bill 6, which would require transgender people to use bathrooms in public schools, government buildings and public universities based on “biological sex.”
In the spirit of unity and support during this holiday season local artists and musicians got their jingle on at Paper Tiger.
Back-to-school time brings a contrast of thoughts to mind: on the up side, new clothes or uniforms, new school supplies, and a fresh start with friends.
Editor’s note: This story has been updated throughout.
FORT WORTH — Despite the state’s request for an expedited ruling, a federal judge took no action Friday on a request to block the Obama administration’s guidelines to accommodate transgender students.
With the first day of school looming, Texas will go to court on Friday and begin pressing its argument that the Obama administration strayed outside the law by ordering public schools to accommodate transgender students.
San Antonians will have another chance to help the families of the Orlando shooting victims on Saturday, Aug.
Hundreds lined North St.
With the historic U.S. Supreme Court ruling last year in June 2015 that granted same-sex couples the right to marry, many around the U.S. finally could receive recognition as legal partners, granting them rights such as hospital visitation, medical decision making, and joint-property ownership, to name a few.