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San Antonio 'Bias Ban' Targets Those Oppose LGBT, Claims Pastor Charles Flowers

| by Michael Allen
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The San Antonio City Council is planning to combine all of its city ordinances against discrimination into one law.

However, Pastor Charles Flowers, of Faith Outreach International, says the city also wants to add sexual orientation and gender identity to their universal anti-discrimination policy.

“The ordinance also says that if you have at any point demonstrated a bias, without defining what a bias is or who will determine whether or not one has been exercised, that you cannot get a city contract,” Pastor Charles Flowers told OneNewsNow.

“Neither can any of your subcontractors [who have demonstrated a bias] sign on to the contract.”

Pastor Flowers also claims that a draft of the revised policy says that if someone has spoken out against gay or transgender people, they cannot run for city council or be appointed to a board.

“It is unprecedentedly wrong, and of course the citizens of San Antonio must stop it,” said Pastor Flowers.

Source: OneNewsNow