The state filed the suit on Wednesday in federal court in Dallas, saying those groups worked to resettle “refugees in Texas without consulting with Texas or working in close cooperation with the Commission.”
The state Health and Human Services Commission, citing “reasonable concerns about the safety and security of the citizenry of the State of Texas,” is seeking a temporary restraining order to block those resettlements.
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