From Texas Standard.

Aside from a state historical marker out front, the League of United Latin American Citizens Council 60 clubhouse looks like any other vacant building in Houston – it’s decades old and has severe water damage.

Ryan Poppe

This week, the small border town of El Cenizo, Texas, has been flooded with national attention after it signed onto a federal lawsuit that seeks to prevent the state’s sanctuary cities ban from being enforced.  

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The League of United Latin American Citizens, or LULAC, is criticizing San Antonio City Manager Sheryl Sculley for deciding to hire William McManus for his old job as police chief, a position he left less than a year ago.  The organization said while it believes McManus will be a great chief again, the current interim-chief Anthony Trevino would be a better choice. Henry Rodriguez, the executive director of LULAC 4383, said he disapproves of Sculley circumventing the application process which included community meetings.

Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

Shortly before 5:00 p.m. Republican Presidential front runner Donald Trump arrived in Dallas for what his campaign has billed as his largest supporter rally yet.

Some 20,000 could show up at the American Airlines arena for the official campaign rally, though reporters at the arena say there are still a lot of empty seats.

A crowd of protesters organized by LULAC, the League of United Latin American Citizens, is confronting Trump outside the arena.  The protesters are drawing attention to Trump's call for deporting all illegal immigrants and building a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico. 

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The local business under fire for allegedly discriminating against a lesbian couple is getting the support of a minority rights group.

The director of League of United Latin American Citizens Concilio Zapatista 4383 is siding with Sanchez Ice House, a local business that reportedly told a lesbian couple in early June that they could not kiss because it is a family establishment.

Henry Rodriguez said while the LULAC chapter supports non-discrimination issues, and stood behind the city's revised NDO, he does not believe the business discriminated against the couple.