The Texas Attorney General is Investigating San Antonio for Banning Chick-fil-A from Its Airport

The Texas attorney general is investigating whether the city of San Antonio violated Chick-fil-A’s religious liberty when it banned the fast food chain from its airport.  Last week, the San Antonio city council approved a new concessions contract for the San Antonio International Airport — on the condition that Chick-fil-A be excluded.  Texas attorney general Ken Paxton slammed the city’s decision as “discriminatory” and “inconsistent with the Constitution and Texas law.” Councilman Roberto Treviño, who made the motion to exclude Chick-fil-A, said San Antonio does not tolerate “anti-LGBTQ behavior.”  Read more: