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With Sandwiches On Hand, Texas Gov. Abbott Publicly Signs ‘Save Chick-fil-A’ Bill Into Law

The law bans government officials from discriminating against companies for donating to religious organizations.

AUSTIN  – The so-called “Save Chick-fil-A” bill is now officially law in Texas.

Though he signed the bill last month, Governor Greg Abbott held a public ceremony on Thursday to sign SB 1978.

He also had plenty of Chick-fil-A sandwiches on hand, which he called “a great lunch.”

Gov. Abbott tweeted video of the signing:

And, had a great lunch.

No business should be discriminated against simply because its owners donate to a church, the Salvation Army, or other religious organization.

Texas protects religious liberty.

 

The law bans government officials from discriminating against companies for donating to religious organizations.

It comes after a move by the San Antonio city council to ban the Christian-owned fast food chain from its airport over its support of groups with anti-LGBT views.

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