Texas tourism officials including Brad Kent of Visit Dallas, right, spoke Jan. 11 opposing a “bathroom bill.” The NFL and NCAA have warned against bills that would promote discrimination against transgender persons.
Texas tourism officials including Brad Kent of Visit Dallas, right, spoke Jan. 11 opposing a “bathroom bill.” The NFL and NCAA have warned against bills that would promote discrimination against transgender persons. Jay Janner, The Austin American-Statesman AP
Texas tourism officials including Brad Kent of Visit Dallas, right, spoke Jan. 11 opposing a “bathroom bill.” The NFL and NCAA have warned against bills that would promote discrimination against transgender persons. Jay Janner, The Austin American-Statesman AP

Texas talks new ‘bathroom bill,’ and now Fort Worth is listening

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