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09/05/2013

Texas' second most populous city to treat LGBTs less like second class citizens

by Jeremy Hooper

Congratulations, San Antonio!

The San Antonio City Council today passed updates to city ordinances that ban discrimination against LGBT San Antonio residents in contracting, housing, public accommodations and city employment. The updates passed in an 8 to 3 vote, and despite an ugly smear campaign mounted by anti-LGBT activists that included harmful propaganda directed particularly at transgender San Antonians.
Victory: San Antonio City Council Approves LGBT-Inclusive Updates to Ordinance [HRC]

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