5 Texas-Sized Examples of Anti-Gay Bigotry In 2014

GOP 'reparative therapy' plank, DPS driver's license fiasco top list

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Equality Texas Delivers Gay Pride Flag To Hateful Anti-Muslim Lawmaker’s Office

In case you missed it, state Rep. Molly White (right) posted a hateful, Islamophobic rant on her Facebook page this morning

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Decision Day Celebrations Planned Across Texas If 5th Circuit Strikes Down Marriage Ban

The group Texas For Marriage is planning Decision Day celebrations in five Texas cities if the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rules in the federal lawsuit challenging the state’s same-sex marriage ban.

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WATCH: Congressman Marc Veasey Honors Late Gay Activist Steve Bratka On House Floor

Fort Worth Democratic Congressman Marc Veasey commemorated Tarrant County gay leader Steve Bratka on the House floor this week.

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TX lawmaker slams license-to-discriminate bill: “I’ve never felt persecuted for being a Christian”

A Catholic Texas lawmaker slammed a proposal to enshrine a “license to discriminate” in the state Constitution during a forum on Wednesday night.

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Two Reagan appointees, Obama appointee to hear Texas same-sex marriage appeal

Two Reagan appointees and an Obama appointee will serve on a three-judge federal appeals court panel that hears oral arguments in same-sex marriage cases from Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi on Jan. 9.

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BREAKING: Plano adds LGBT protections

After listening to more than an hour of public testimony, the Plano City Council voted 5-3 Monday to ban anti-LGBT discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations.

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Texas is about to get a gay federal judge, thanks to anti-gay Sens. Ted Cruz and John Cornyn

Texas is one step closer to having its first openly gay federal district judge.

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ExxonMobil again shits the bed on LGBT inclusion, but 6 Texas companies earn perfect scores from HRC

Irving-based ExxonMobil is again the only company with a negative score on the Human Rights Campaign’s 2015 Corporate Equality Index, released Wednesday.

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New LGBT youth homeless shelter in San Antonio among few of its kind in US

Growing up in a small town in the Texas Panhandle, Sandra Whitley says she knew she was gay from the age of 13 — in 1975.

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Freedom to Marry launches new campaign: “Texas families should not be left behind”

Law enforcement officials, state legislators, faith leaders and a great-grandmother are among those lending their voices to a new campaign to bring marriage equality to Texas.

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