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On Wednesday morning, Chairman Rafael Anchia asked his fellow House members to explain the motivation behind SB 4, the anti-“sanctuary cities” bill. Despite Texas’ near-perfect record of compliance with federal detention requests, the bill has moved quickly through both chambers, and likely will soon become law.

 

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Join in prayer with Texans of all faiths and immigrants as our representatives debate the anti-immigrant bill SB 4. Whether you are in Austin or not, lift your voice for the vision we share—community, hospitality, and freedom from fear for all people.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, April 3, 2017

MEDIA CONTACTS:            

Wes Helm, Faith in Texas, 254-291-3178, whelm@faithintx.org

Bee Moorhead, Texas Impact, 512-636-3135, bee@texasimpact.org

AUSTIN—On Monday April 3rd, religious leaders from across the state traveled to the Capitol to share their stories and deliver faithful support for criminal justice reform in Texas. Faith leaders say they want to share a faithful message that all people are created in the image of God.

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Are we there yet?

With two months to go in the legislative session, here's a quick overview of where we stand on key issue areas of interest to Texas faith communities: 

Budget

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