Attorney General Ken Paxton announced an agreement with the City of San Antonio to provide documents related to its controversial Chick-fil-A decision.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit to get the City of San Antonio to release documents related to his investigation into the city’s removal of Chick-fil-A from an airport contract.
The City of San Antonio is waiting to submit its application for nearly $14 million in grants from the FAA as the City is under investigation from the federal agency regarding its removal of Chick-fil-A from an airport contract.
The FAA has opened an investigation into San Antonio City Council’s vote to remove Chick-fil-A from an airport concession contract.
Thousands of bills were filed by lawmakers during the 86th Texas Legislature, but a vast majority will fail or already have failed.
As the mayoral contest between incumbent Ron Nirenberg and challenger Greg Brockhouse nears its end, here’s a breakdown of where they stand on the issues.
The Texas House passed what some have dubbed the “Save Chick-fil-A Bill” after City Council’s vote to oust the restaurant from an airport contract.
Local voters are more likely to be disturbed over the rights of all citizens than the rights of out-of-town fast-food restaurants, writes Rick Casey.
Council voted 6-5 to reject Brockhouse’s rare procedural move that would have led to further discussion and a vote on bringing Chick-fil-A back into an airport contract.
Here’s a handy guide to understanding the context surrounding Brockhouse and Nirenberg’s most common adversarial points on policy issues and state of affairs during recent public debates.