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With the defeat of Prop 1 last Tuesday, Houston remains the only big city in the United States that does not extend equal rights to all its citizens and visitors.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Texas and the Texas Freedom Network announced today an effort to track instances of religious refusals by government officials and businesses.
Today, the Houston Unites campaign launched to prevent the repeal of Houstonâ€™s Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) on the November ballot.
On the eve celebrating the 50th anniversary of the historic Voting Rights Act of 1965, Texasâ€™ voter ID law was struck down by a federal appeals court.
Citizens and Civil Rights Groups Support the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) and pledge to defend it on the November Ballot.
Today, the Texas Supreme Court suspended the enforcement of the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) and ordered the Houston City Council to repeal the ordinance or place it up for a vote in the November city elections.
Yesterday, the Texas Department of Public Safety released a dashcam video of State Trooper Brian Enciniaâ€™s July 10 traffic stop of Sandra Bland.
ACLU releases letter to Waller County Sheriffâ€™s Office urging accountability and transparency for Sandra Blandâ€™s death.
ACLU Letter to County Clerks: You Are Legally Required to Issue Marriage Licenses to Same-Sex Couples
Marriage equality is now legal in Texas! Click through and learn more about your rights now that everyone is able to marry in the Lone Star State.