Local leaders have agreed to continue discussion on whether San Antonio should advocate for its paid sick leave policy at the 86th Texas Legislature.
The percentage of those with health insurance dropped slightly in San Antonio last year, the latest U.S. Census bureau data shows.
Bexar County Commissioners on Friday capped the county’s property tax rate for next year by nearly 1 percent less than the current tax rate.
The ordinance, which could be enacted through a vote by City Council or the public, would entitle nearly all private-sector employees to paid sick leave.
The business-versus-calendar day question comes from ambiguity in the City Charter.
Hundreds rallied in San Antonio to plead that the federal government stop separating immigrant family members at the U.S.-Mexico border.
A statewide nonprofit has launched a petition drive this week to force a paid sick leave ordinance onto the ballot in the next municipal elections.
A new civics program in the Bexar County jail aims to inform inmates about politics and becoming more involved in the democratic process.
Immigrants’ rights supporters arrived at Milam Park on Friday afternoon to march in protest against the provisions of SB 4 and possible changes to DACA.
Garcia’s ruling, which blocked Senate Bill 4, came just two days before the “sanctuary cities” law was set to go into effect.