The Justice Department filed a statement of interest in the federal court case over Texas’ Senate Bill 4.
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.
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.
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.
Gov. Greg Abbott Sunday put the final touch on the bill that would allow police to inquire about the immigration status of people they lawfully detain.
The 93-54 vote fell along party lines and came after one of the slowest moving but most emotional legislative days at the state Capitol.
In nearly every way you can describe a neighborhood the 55 square miles that make up District 8 could be one of the most diverse areas of San Antonio.