Todd Starnes nation.foxnews.com The San Antonio City Council is expected to vote on a nondiscrimination bill today that religious groups warn will lead to widespread attacks on religious freedom and will prevent Christians who believe in traditional marriage from getting city jobs. More than 700 people turned out at city hall to speak, both for and against, the proposed ordinance that would add sexual orientation, gender identity and veteran status to existing protections against bias based on sex, race, age and religion. The proposed law has created a firestorm of controversy pitting gay rights activists against religious conservatives. U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott are among some of the GOP heavyweights opposing the proposal. Abbott said the ordinance would trample on religious freedoms and invite lawsuits.
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