Houston to vote on equal rights ordinance

August 6, 2015

HOUSTON (BP) -- Houston's City Council voted Aug. 5 to put the controversial equal rights ordinance (known as HERO) on the Nov. 3 ballot after a vote to repeal the law failed but not before debate arose over the ballot language.

 

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