Language suddenly missing from a Senate bill could undermine a city’s ability to enforce local anti-discrimination laws when employers issue benefits.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and members of his office’s LGBTQ+ Advisory Committee answered questions from the LGBTQIA community regarding a wide range of topics Tuesday night.
More so than bond ratings, I am concerned about what passing the ballot props would do to the many historically marginalized people in our city.
My early memories of the political process started in elementary school.
Former state Sen. Leticia Van de Putte and Mayor Ivy Taylor have attended more than 60 different mayoral forums, debates, and Q&A sessions this year.
Members of San Antonio’s lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community want the city’s next mayor to follow the lead of Dallas and Houston and expand the 2013 non-discrimination ordinance (NDO) to include private companies.
It was a glorious day.
With the year coming to a close tonight, it’s good to look back to see what you’re proud of and what you wish you could have changed.
Last night I got a message from Jerry Torres, one of the owners of Taco Haven, saying their one and only statement would be forthcoming in a column by Express-News columnist Gilbert Garcia.
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.