Amid protestors chanting outside, U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia heard arguments for a preliminary injunction aimed at blocking Senate Bill 4.
The protests occurred as a federal judge heard a motion that would halt the immigration enforcement law while a suit challenging it proceeds.
The Justice Department filed a statement of interest in the federal court case over Texas’ Senate Bill 4.
The Houston City Council voted 10–6 Wednesday morning to join a growing lawsuit against Senate Bill 4.
On Monday, June 26, U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia will hear the City of San Antonio’s request for a preliminary injunction to block Senate Bill 4
The Instituto Cultural de México, under the direction of the Mexican Consulate in San Antonio, is gearing up for a week of programming that revolves around the topic of migration.
Commissioners voted to join the City in its lawsuit against the State of Texas in an effort to stop the controversial Senate Bill 4 from going into effect.
The most divisive topics during the last live broadcast mayoral debate were the “sanctuary cities” lawsuit, police union contract, and annexation policies.
San Antonio will pursue litigation against Senate Bill 4, the state’s controversial immigration law also known as the “sanctuary cities” law.
For U.S. Reps. Joaquín Castro (D-Texas) and Michael McCaul (R-Texas), there’s no shortage of drama in Washington these days.