A story in this week's edition of Dallas Voice points out a surprising fact: Of 1,300 anti-gay hate-crime charges filed in Texas since 2001, when the James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Act was enacted, only eight have been successfully prosecuted. Paul Scott, exec director of Equality Texas, told the paper ... More >>
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