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Texas bathroom bill appears to be all but dead in special session

Protesters rally in favor of transgender rights at the Texas Capitol, on July 21, 2017.  Marjorie Kamys Cotera for The Texas Tribune The Texas Tribune thanks its sponsors. Despite it serving, in part, as the reason lawmakers are back in Austin for legislative overtime,

Dallas Stars 1st Pro Team to Publicly Oppose Texas’ ‘Bathroom Bill’

Bruce Bennett/Getty Images The Dallas Stars publicly opposed the Texas “bathroom bill” Wednesday that would require transgender people in Texas to only use bathrooms in schools or government buildings based on their birth-certificate gender. “The Dallas Stars stands strongly opposed to any legislation perceived as discriminatory,

Texas Senate readies to pass bathroom bill and others by end of week

An early morning start had the Texas Senate on track to pass out all 20 of Gov. Greg Abbott’s priority items by the end of the second week of the session. After a rare midnight session Thursday and a weekend of around the clock committee meetings, Lt.

North Texas lawmakers will introduce two bathroom bills in special session

AUSTIN — After a brief respite, the bathroom wars are heating up again. Rep. Ron Simmons, R-Carrollton, is expected to introduce two bills in the upcoming special session of the Texas Legislature that would regulate which public bathrooms transgender Texans, including schoolchildren, can use.

Bart Shaw Architect Design Chic Boutique Space in Fort Worth, Texas

Pax & Parker is a new boutique fashion retailer. This is their first store located in Fort Worth, Texas; designed and decorated by Bart Shaw Architect. The design approach to the 1,340 SF space was to keep the majority of space minimal and focus