The Texas Supreme Court this morning ruled that the majority of Houstonians who support the city's Equal Rights Ordinance will be casting a ballot â€śforâ€ť the measure to keep it on the books.Read More
Today, the Houston Unites campaign launched to prevent the repeal of Houstonâ€™s Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) on the November ballot.Read More
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The Texas Supreme Court this morning ruled that the majority of Houstonians who support the city's Equal Rights Ordinance will be casting a ballot â€śforâ€ť the measure to keep it on the books.
Following tonight's event sponsored by opponents of the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) at the Hilton Post Oak, Pastor Rudy Rasmus, senior pastor at St. John's Church, issued a statement.