Food: Texas Suggested A ‘Save Chick-fil-A’ Bill After The San Antonio Airport Ban - - PressFrom - US
  •   
  •   
  •   

FoodTexas Suggested A ‘Save Chick-fil-A’ Bill After The San Antonio Airport Ban

21:11  20 may  2019
21:11  20 may  2019 Source:   delish.com

This Elusive Chick fil-A Sauce is a Game-Changer for Waffle Fry Fans

This Elusive Chick fil-A Sauce is a Game-Changer for Waffle Fry Fans The finger-licking sauce is currently available at 436 Chick-fil-A locations across the country.

The San Antonio City Council said in March that Chick - fil - A could not operate at the San Antonio International Airport , CNN reported. Councilman Roberto Treviño released a statement about San Antonio ’s resolution to ban Chick - fil - A from the airport .

The Texas attorney general is investigating San Antonio for banning Chick - fil - A from its airport . White House seeks funding for asylum screening interviews. Teenage crane operator saves 14 Chick - fil - A has come under fire from supporters of same-sex marriage in recent years after its

Texas Suggested A ‘Save Chick-fil-A’ Bill After The San Antonio Airport Ban© Chick-fil-A / Instagram Several airports (including San Antonio) have banned Chick-fil-A from opening due to anti-LGBTQ controversy, and now Texas is trying to prevent government-run organizations from retaliating against the controversial chain.

Several airports (including San Antonio) have banned Chick-fil-A from opening due to anti-LGBTQ controversy, and now Texas is trying to prevent government-run organizations from retaliating against the chain.

According to the Dallas Morning News, the "Save Chick-fil-A" bill (officially titled Senate Bill 1978) was approved late last week after a 19 to 12 vote. Now it will move forward to the House for further debate.

Chick-fil-A Is Offering A New Vegan Kale Salad As A Side Option At Some Locations

Chick-fil-A Is Offering A New Vegan Kale Salad As A Side Option At Some Locations I think I'll stick with waffle fries?

Texas Republican Sen. Bryan Hughes filed Senate Bill 1978, nicknamed the “ Save Chick - fil - A ” bill , according to the Dallas Morning News. The fast-food outlet was banned from San Antonio ’s airport in March after politicians claimed it indulged in “anti-LGBTQ behavior” by supporting groups that oppose

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is investigating San Antonio for banning Chick - fil - A from its airport . Chick - Fil - A , a national franchise with locations throughout Texas , is known for its leaders’ staunch Christian views and close ties to groups that worked to prevent the legalization of same-sex

So what's the deal with this new legislature? Here are the deets: It was written by Senator Bryan Hughes and it will "prevent any government entity from taking 'adverse actions' against an individual or business for their 'membership in, affiliation with, or contribution, donation or other support to a religious organization."

Though supporters have argued in favor of the bill as a protection of first amendment rights, adversaries are calling it anti-LGBTQ. "The bill does nothing but target the LGBT community," Sen. Borris Miles, D-Houston said, according to the outlet. "It sends the wrong message that Texas discriminates, plain and simple."

The Texas House LGBTQ Caucus killed a similar bill last week, before Hughes brought forward (and then fast-tracked) his own bill on the Senate floor. "I challenge anyone to find one word of discrimination in this bill," he said following the vote. "This bill clearly and simply provides that if you affiliate with or make a donation to a religious organization, you cannot be punished by your government...This protects everyone's right to religious freedom."

The House will have until May 27 to decide on the initiative.

Read More

Chick-fil-A Mac & Cheese: Macaroni and cheese now available nationwide.
Chick-fil-A restaurants nationwide now have Mac & Cheese as a side with lunch and dinner and as a Kid's Meal option, the chicken chain announced.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 2
This is interesting!