San Antonio Accuses Feds of Hiding Evidence in Sanctuary City Case

The city of San Antonio claims in a federal lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security that government officials helped the Texas attorney general build his case against the city over a sanctuary ban but stonewalled requests for evidence and testimony.

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San Antonio Mayor Blasts CDC for Releasing Woman With Coronavirus

The mayor and city managers of San Antonio, Texas, took the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other federal agencies to court late Monday afternoon after federal officials released an American evacuee from Wuhan, China, just before a third test for the novel coronavirus indicated she was still “weakly positive” for the contagious illness.

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Texas Attorney General Demands Records on Chick-Fil-A Vote

The San Antonio City Council’s vote to exclude fast-food chain Chick-fil-A from its airport sparked a lawsuit Monday from Texas Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton, who seeks to force the release of documents that he says would shed light “on the religious bigotry that animated its decision.”

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Alamo Managers Accused of Stifling Renovation Criticism

A group representing descendants of Alamo defenders claims in court that the Texas General Land Office and the manager of the San Antonio mission’s day-to-day operations have unlawfully silenced its members who oppose a site redevelopment plan and blocked them from holding religious services inside the Alamo Chapel.

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