Trevino: Protesters Should be Heard

Policies based on fear that do not reflect the type of city San Antonio is.

That’s how City Councilman Roberto Trevino feels about President Trump’s recent executive orders on immigration.

Trevino says it’s important that people who feel the same way get out and have their voices heard.

We talked to him about his efforts to make sure protestors can continue to express themselves in the city.

“When people have concerns, the most important thing they can do is speak up. We’re going to make sure our city doesn’t have any policy that restrict people from speaking out about the issues that are important to them.”



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