Show February 2, 2015
The following is scheduled:
Opening, general discussion
The sheriff of Houston's Harris County has adopted a sweeping policy designed to protect and guarantee equal treatment of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender inmates, including allowing transgender individuals to be housed based on the gender they identify with instead of their biological sex. The new policy, which Harris County Sheriff Adrian Garcia's office believes to be one of the most comprehensive in the country, states "discrimination or harassment of any kind based on sexual orientation or gender identity is strictly prohibited," and outlines how such inmates will be searched, booked and housed, according to a copy of the policy obtained by The Associated Press ahead of an official announcement Thursday.
GUEST: Sheriff Adrian Garcia more
As Pride Houston has decided to move the Parade to downtown many would still like to see a Parade in Montrose.
GUEST: Jack Valinski more