Tag: fairness

FFW, Fort Worth HRC win IAOHRA President’s Award

Anable, Tucker say honor is recognition of Fort Worth’s ongoing efforts to improve city’s position, policies on human rights issues Tammye Nash  |  Senior Editor nash@dallasvoice.com AUSTIN — The International Association of...

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Franko running in District 14

4 candidates have started campaigns in Oak Lawn district; still no definite word from Hunt on mayoral candidacy TAMMYE NASH  |  Senior Editor nash@dallasvoice.com Vernon C. Franko is one of four candidates who have already...

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DFW International Airport adds LGBT protections

The front door to North Texas just became a little more welcoming for the LGBT community. DFW International Airport, one of the largest and busiest airports in the world, has adopted new policies protecting its employees from...

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WATCH LIVE: Fort Worth City Council meeting

We’re not sure if or when someone plans to air their disapproval of Councilman Joel Burns “It Gets Better” speech during tonight’s Fort Worth City Council meeting. “Citizen presentations” are...

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Gay Congressman Barney Frank re-elected

Barney Frank More good news from the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund. Congressman Barney Frank, D-Mass., has been re-elected despite a strong challenge from Tea Party-backed Republican Sean Bielat. “Barney Frank is nothing if not...

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Kentucky’s 2nd-largest city elects gay mayor

Jim Gray Our first big gay result from Election Night is in. Lexington, Kentucky’s second-largest city, has elected an openly gay mayor: From GayPolitics.com: Vice-Mayor Jim Gray was victorious tonight in his second...

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UT Arlington GSA honors David Mack Henderson

Joshua Little, David Mack Henderson and Zachary Murphy On Thursday, Oct. 28 the Gay Straight Alliance at the University of Texas at Arlington celebrated the 30-year anniversary of the founding of the campus’s first gay...

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Hey Iowa: Smash pumpkins, not judicial fairness

Over the weekend, the so-called Iowa For Freedom coalition posted this subliminal message regarding the state’s upcoming judicial retention vote: [SOURCE] Fortunately, those who don’t think judges and the independent...

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Fairness Fort Worth meeting tonight

Fairness Fort Worth meets tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall at Celebration Community Church, 908 Pennsylvannia Ave., and everyone interested is helping set the organization’s agenda for the coming year is welcome...

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FW adds partner, pension benefits for LGBT workers

HR Commissioner Thomas says Community Relations Department cuts won’t impair enforcement of nondiscrimination ordinance Tammye Nash  |  Senior Editor nash@dallasvoice.com FORT WORTH — After months of a contentious budget...

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