Texas Supreme Court rules for San Antonio in ‘Chick-fil-A’ lawsuit brought by conservative activists
Conservative activists suing the city of San Antonio alleging it violated Texas’ “Save Chick-fil-a” law have failed to offer evidence of a violation, the state Supreme Court has ruled. Texas on Friday morning, sending the case to trial court. .
The case dates back to a 2019 city council decision to reject the chain’s request to open a restaurant at San Antonio International Airport due to what a council member described as support for the company to Christian groups to anti-LGBTQ programs.