What if provisions of the ordinance are against my sincerely held religious belief(s)?

In the State of Texas, the Texas Religious Freedom and Restoration Act (RFRA) prohibits government from infringing on religion and allows individuals to challenge laws that “substantially” burden their practice of religion. An individual may claim this as a defense from being in violation of the local ordinance.

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1. What does the NDO prohibit?
2. Are there any exclusions to the ordinance?
3. Does the NDO apply to restrooms or other similar facilities?
4. How could a complaint be filed to report discrimination?
5. How would the complaint be handled?
6. What if the complaint cannot be referred to another public agency and it is accepted for investigation by the City?
7. What if the complaint cannot be resolved between the parties? Is there a penalty?
8. What if there is no reasonable cause found that discrimination occurred?
9. What are the expectations for confidentiality?
10. What if provisions of the ordinance are against my sincerely held religious belief(s)?
11. Are schools included in the NDO?