San Antonio Firefighters Win Placement for Ballot Initiative

Feldman & Feldman is representing the San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association (SAPFA) with regard to the San Antonio First Initiative, successfully gaining placement for the initiative on the November ballot. Recently, the city had restricted SAPFA’s free speech in promoting the initiative, but despite this, SAPFA was successful in getting the initiative in front of voters this fall. On August 16th, 2018, the San Antonio City Council voted to put the San Antonio First Initiative on the November ballot for voters to decide its fate.


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The Differences Between the Texas and U.S. Constitutions

While many people learn about the U.S. Constitution in school, few give it much thought outside of school, and even fewer give the Texas Constitution any thought at all. While the U.S. Constitution applies to the federal government with the states being subordinate, the Texas Constitution (and all state constitutions) sets in writing what the state government can and cannot do with the counties being subordinate.


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Feldman & Feldman File Lawsuit On Behalf Of San Antonio Firefighters

This past April, members of the San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association (SAPFA) had a special delivery for the city clerk’s office. SAPFA members and their president delivered over 100,000 signatures in support of several petitions they named the “San Antonio First Initiative.” Unfortunately, the city violated citizens’ first amendment rights by restricting SAPFA from exercising its constitutional right to free speech. Feldman & Feldman has filed a lawsuit on behalf of SAPFA to protect their free speech rights under the Texas Constitution.


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Texas Supreme Court To Hear Dallas Police and Firefighter Pension Case

Feldman & Feldman is currently representing Dallas firefighters and law enforcement officers in a lawsuit regarding cuts to Dallas police and firefighters’ pension program. We have fiercely advocated for these heroes in court proceedings for many years, and now the Texas Supreme Court will hear their case.


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