Written by evrard on Oct 01, 2013
REPLAY VIDEO: On Tuesday, Oct. 1, we webcast a discussion about proposed Texas constitutional amendment Proposition 6 hosted by the UTSA College of Public Policy, UTSA Student Government Association (SGA) and the League of Women Voters.
The Affordable Care Act is coming! Actually, the federal health insurance reform law known as “Obamacare” is already in effect, but on October 1 one of the major provisions will be implemented — health insurance exchanges, also known as health insurance marketplace.
If you are currently uninsured, it’s very important that you know about these exchanges and how they can benefit you and your family.
The first day of September is near - an important day in state government. That's the day that many new laws will take effect - in fact, more than I can list here, but this is a small sampling of what's to come (plus some new laws that have already taken effect during the summer):
Education: Various parts of House Bill 5, this session's biggest public education measure, take effect at different times.
Written by Guest on Aug 26, 2013
In anticipation of the upcoming City Council vote on the proposed Non-Discrimination Ordinance, September 5, Councilman Diego M. Bernal wants to bring clarity to the intention of the proposed ordinance.
Over the last several months, our city has engaged in a dialogue about what it means to be equal under the law, about discrimination, about hate, and about treating people with fairness and dignity.