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08/04/2014

Good news: Those who objected to treating Houstonians with basic respect fail at discriminatory repeal attempt

by Jeremy Hooper

As you surely know, the city council of Houston, Texas, passed an LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance in May. As you probably also know, an anti-LGBT coalition immediately jumped in and launched ridiculous smear campaigns designed to repeal the measure.

They have failed:

BREAKING: Petition to repeal LGBT protections falls short in Houston [Lone Star Q]

The pro-discrimination crew, operating under the duplicitous name of "No Unequal Rights," has vowed a court challenge. And, of course, they plan to continue to see themselves as better and more entitled to respect, regardless of outcome.

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