Amid protestors chanting outside, U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia heard arguments for a preliminary injunction aimed at blocking Senate Bill 4.
The contract was previously set to go to Zoll Medical Corporation, but Council put it on hold in February to give a local company some of the business.
In a ceremony preceded by a handshake with outgoing Mayor Ivy Taylor, Ron Nirenberg was sworn in as mayor of San Antonio Wednesday morning.
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
The recent legislative session featured several defeats for local control, and the special session in July could mean more of the same.
As San Antonio pursues an national and international presence some have asked how important local leaders’ hometown roots really are.
The lawsuit declares that the controversial “sanctuary cities” law is unconstitutional and should be blocked from taking effect on Sept. 1.
Mayor Ivy Taylor believes “it was premature” for the City to join the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund in a lawsuit against Senate Bill 4.
San Antonio will pursue litigation against Senate Bill 4, the state’s controversial immigration law also known as the “sanctuary cities” law.