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-Houston: Activists Publish Names On Petition Against Transgender Bathroom Ordinance

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

               (Photo credit: Wikipedia) LGBT activists have published the names of 31,000 citizens in Houston, Texas who signed a petition in opposition to the Transgender Bathroom Ordinance which also restricted religious liberty in the city. Here’s the story from LifeSiteNews: Backers of a Houston city ordinance banning discrimination based on “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” […]

-UPDATE: Judge Puts Houston Transgender Bathroom Ordinance On Hold

Thursday, August 14th, 2014

(Seal of City of Houston: Wikipedia) Last week Houston Mayor Annise Parker lawlessly refused to put the ‘transgender bathroom ordinance up for a vote of the people in spite of a petition which met the legal threshold that should have forced it. Now a judge has put the ordinance on hold until all of the […]

-UPDATE: Houston Mayor Disregards Call for Referendum on Transgender Bathroom Ordinance

Sunday, August 10th, 2014

                                (Annise Parker, Houston Mayor: Wikipedia) UPDATE: Houston Mayor refused to order a vote on a transgender bathroom ordinance after a petition with over 50,000 signatures was received that should have forced a referendum. She claimed that some of the pages did not have the proper form. Legally only 17,000 signatures were needed for an […]

-San Antonio Ordinance May Ban Christians from City Government?

Thursday, August 1st, 2013

                   (The Alamo- San Antonio,Texas : Wikipedia) The San Antonio (Texas) City Council is considering an ordinance that could ban conservative Christians from serving and working in the city government. From Citizen Link: In early August, the City Council will consider an ordinance to add “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to the discrimination ordinances in […]