City council subcomittee
discusses anti-discrimination policy
KENS5.com, May 22, 2013
A city council subcommittee met Tuesday to discuss expanding anti-discrimination protection to include sexual orientation and gender identity.
LGBT ordinance changes
slowed by Governance Committee vote
QSanAntonio, May 22, 2013
The City Council Governance Committee voted unanimously on May 21 to have the city attorney create a draft of proposed changes to the city's anti-discrimination ordinances and then discuss the issue with the entire City Council at a "B" session sometime in June. Read more.
Bernal outlines path
to LGBT ordinance changes
QSanAntonio, May 8, 2013
In remarks made at the May 7 meeting of CAUSA (Community Alliance for a United San Antonio), City Councilman Diego Bernal outlined a timeline and the bureaucratic steps needed to enact changes to city ordinances to include LGBT protections. Read more.
LGBT coalition seeks
changes to city code
QSanAntonio.com, June 27, 2012
A coalition of activists from local LGBT organizations will use the occasion of the Pride San Antonio Festival and Parade to spread the word of their aim to amend five non-discrimination ordinances in the city code to include "sexual orientation and gender identity/expression." Read more.
discrimination and SA city codes
San Antonio Current, June 26, 2012
Worried that the city's non-discrimination provisions don't fully protect gay, lesbian, and transgender residents, a coalition of LGBT community activists joined forces last summer to get five words added to five different sections of city code.