(Fox News) The San Antonio City Council approved a non-discrimination bill that will protect new groups from discrimination, but critics charge it will encourage bias against Christians and those who believe in traditional marriage.
The council voted 8-3 to add sexual orientation and gender identity to the list of classes protected from discrimination.
"This ordinance does ensure that everybody in our community is created equally," Councilman Diego Bernal told MySanAntonio.com.
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Mayor Julian Castro brushed aside concerns from Christians that it might make them second class citizens.