A federal judge ruled Tuesday that MALDEF can represent a group of young undocumented immigrants in opposing a lawsuit aimed at ending DACA.
Garcia’s ruling, which blocked Senate Bill 4, came just two days before the “sanctuary cities” law was set to go into effect.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg announced five final hires for his office on Friday, including counsel for MALDEF Marisa Bono as chief of policy.
LULAC General Counsel Luis Roberto Vera was the first lawyer to file a lawsuit against the “sanctuary cities” law.
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 oversimplification of legal versus illegal ignores the complexity of the immigration issue as a whole.
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
As Council met in executive session beyond the eyes and ears of the public and press, Taylor joined two Northside council members in opposing the lawsuit.
The lawsuit declares that the controversial “sanctuary cities” law is unconstitutional and should be blocked from taking effect on Sept. 1.