Tag Archives: Bexar County

San Antonio: Are You Ready for Harvey?

San Antonio: Are You Ready for Harvey?

Rumor has it that upon learning of the approach of Hurricane Harvey, San Antonians descended upon local H-E-B grocery stores and completely depleted their supply of water, beer and tortillas. Joking aside, the National Hurricane Center has warned that those in the storm’s path should not underestimate the severity of the situation. The National Weather

Early Voting Begins in Bexar County on October 24

Early voting for the November 8 election begins on October 24 in Bexar County and continues until November 4. The election includes ballots for president, Congressional races, state offices ( judges, representatives and senators) and county officials including sheriff. For a complete list of races and candidates, use this link to view a generic ballot

Hometown Hero: Judge Genie Wright

“In her court, she treats all individuals fairly, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.” Bexar County Judge Genie Wright of County Court No. 7 was sitting at home early in the morning of June 26, 2015, anxiously awaiting the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling regarding same-sex marriage. After the now-infamous ruling was announced, her phone

SA attorney offers free help with trans name and gender marker changes

San Antonio attorney Justin P. Nichols announced today he will start offering free legal assistance with name and gender marker changes for transgender people in Bexar County. Gender marker and name changes are necessary for trans people in order to assure that documents like driver’s licenses, passports and other legal instruments reflect their true gender

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