Earlier this year, the city of Houston, Texas pushed through an ordinance ostensibly aimed at combating anti-gay discrimination. In reality, the ordinance granted special rights to the LGBT community and discriminates against those with moral and religious objections, as well as real safety concerns.
The community responded with a strong petition drive, which was arbitrarily dismissed by the city, which then issued subpoenas to the area pastors behind the opposition.
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But this overreach and assault of personal and religious freedom by Houston Mayor Annise Parker and the city attorney were met with determined pushback by citizens, spurred on by the Texas Attorney General and national political pundits like Rush Limbaugh and Mike Huckabee.
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