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December 2, 2015
The head of the health and human services for Texas has sent a letter to a nonprofit telling them that it is a security threat to let more Syrian immigrants, threatening a suit.
"A Texas official has written to a humanitarian aid group, threatening to sue if it continued to help Syrians move to the state.
“'We strongly believe that a failure to cooperate with the state on this matter violates federal law and your contract with the state,' wrote Chris Traylor, the head of state’s health and human services commission, in a letter to the Dallas branch of the International Rescue Committee (IRC)."--Tom Dart, The Guardian