McManus’ handling of of a Dec. 23 human smuggling case involving 12 migrants in a tractor-trailer has drawn criticism from local and state leaders.
Undocumented immigrants fleeing the brunt of the Tropical Storm Harvey also have to contend with anxiety over possible deportation.
A study by the grassroots organization Texas Works Together says Senate Bill 4 will cost between 165,000 to 248,000 jobs in Texas.
Six weeks after Gov. Greg Abbott signed SB 4 into law, the number of citizens asking for legal advice at Mexican consulates in Texas saw a 60% increase.
Amid protestors chanting outside, U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia heard arguments for a preliminary injunction aimed at blocking Senate Bill 4.
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
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.
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.