BY JEFF CAPLAN | JANUARY 23, 2018 05:12 PM
FORT WORTH - Fort Worth Councilman Cary Moon said Tuesday he will release the results of a Senate Bill 4 survey conducted last year on his website, CaryMoon.com, just weeks after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton ruled the data is not public information.
The survey was conducted before the City Council’s 5-4 vote on Aug. 14 against joining Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Austin and El Paso in a lawsuit challenging SB4, known as the state’s “sanctuary cities” law. Moon voted against joining the litigation.
“Now that the attorney general has ruled in support of the way my office handled its business, I can release some data without names,” said Moon, who represents District 4.
Moon said he plans to release the survey results by Thursday evening. He added that he will also release “other SB4 data,” however he declined to discuss specifics of the additional material.