The newly formed lgbtq caucus killed a religious freedom bill in the Texas House of Representatives on Thursday, which was crafted in response to the San Antonio City council banning chick-fil-A from its International Airport over "anti-LGBTQ behavior."
State Rep. Julie Johnson, D-Carrollton, spoke against Senate Bill 1978 on the House floor monday. miguel Gutierrez Jr./The Texas Tribune Over the tearful opposition of the Legislature’s first-ever LGBTQ Caucus and several failed attempts at a procedural block, the Texas House passed a religious liberty bill Monday that LGBTQ advocates fear would license discrimination against [.]
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Members of the Texas House’s LGBTQ Caucus on Thursday struck a procedural death knell for a so-called "religious freedom" bill that civil-rights advocates considered an assault on the state’s.
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A recently formed so-called LGBTQ Caucus in the Texas House reportedly blocked a state bill Friday that would have prevented local governments from perpetrating religious discrimination.
And as senators are gearing up to rubber stamp the discriminatory bill for Patrick, Equality Texas Interim Executive Director Samantha Smoot is pointing out that SB 1978 has its roots in a nation-wide.
Supporters call it the "Save Chick-fil-A" bill and say it’s meant to protect religious freedom in Texas. But the state’s LGBTQ advocates fiercely opposed it, saying it could be used to promote hated. It’s now headed to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk. Lawmakers in the Republican-controlled.
Members of the Texas House's LGBTQ Caucus on Thursday struck a procedural death knell for a so-called "religious freedom" bill that.
An openly gay freshman member of the Texas House derailed a bill. “This commonsense religious freedom effort is far from over," he said.
You are not signed in as a Premium user; we rely on Premium users to support our news reporting. Sign in or Sign up today! AUSTIN, Texas (ChurchMilitant.com) – The Texas legislature’s LGBTQ caucus is taking credit for blocking a religious freedom bill in the state last week.
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