SAN ANTONIO CITY COUNCIL SUED UNDER SAVE CHICK-FIL-A LAW
Texas Values Reports:
Today, Jonathan Saenz, Esq., President of Texas Values, joined a press conference with citizens of the City of San Antonio, Bexar County, and Comal County announcing a lawsuit against the San Antonio City Council under the Save Chick-fil-A Religious Freedom Law. According to the plaintiffs,
"The lawsuit asks the Court to enjoin the city from allowing any vendor other than Chick-fil-A to operate in the space that had been reserved for Chick-fil-A in the original concession agreement between the city and Paradies Lagardï¿½re. It also seeks an injunction that would order the city and Paradies Lagardï¿½re to install a Chick-fil-A restaurant in the 985-square-foot space across from Gate A6, consistent with the original proposal from Paradies Lagardï¿½re."
Jonathan Saenz, Esq., President of Texas Values, stated:
"If you thought we were bluffing, now you know we're not. This is just one of many lawsuits that we expect to be filed against the San Antonio City Council for their illegal ban of Chick-fil-A. The continued religious ban on Chick-fil-A by the San Antonio City Council has by left citizens with no choice but to take this case to court. Any other vendor that tries to replace Chick-fil-A at the airport will be doing so under a major cloud of long and costly litigation with the city."