The LGBTQ+ community had much to celebrate in Tuesday's election, but there were some disappointments.
The reversal comes just two weeks after Texas legalized social worker discrimination against LGBTQ+ clients.
The rule change, which also discriminates against clients with disabilities, sparked outrage.
In a preliminary vote, the State Board of Education nixed the idea of teaching about sexual orientation and gender identity.
It appears Texas leaders cared more about getting the anti-LGBTQ+ company into the San Antonio airport than Chick-fil-A itself did.
Nick Moutos had called trans people an "abomination" and women politicians "the Whore of Babylon."
Jones, who almost became Texas's first out congressional representative in 2018, is aiming for that goal again this year.