Last year, the San Antonio City Council cited the fast food chain's anti-LGBTQ history in striking plans for a franchise at the city's airport.
At least 50 coronavirus cases have emerged at Calvary Chapel of San Antonio, which had been meeting in person since May, according to Pastor Ron Arbaugh.
The plane, which had been traveling from Sugar Land to Boerne in Texas when it experienced engine trouble, crashed while attempting to land, officials said.
The incident at a San Antonio middle school highlights the state's youth gun violence issue, with Texas leading the U.S. in unintentional shootings by children.
The legislation protecting businesses that donate to anti-LGBTQ groups takes effect on Sept. 1.
The fast-food chain was blocked from airports in Texas and New York this year amid backlash over its anti-LGBTQ stance.
The measure would effectively permit businesses to be openly anti-LGBTQ without fear of retaliation.
Just over a week ago, the eatery was blocked from opening a San Antonio location.
The San Antonio City Council voted this month to block the opening of the chicken chain in an airport, calling out its anti-LGBTQ stance.
San Antonio Councilman Roberto Treviño said the plan "reaffirmed the work our city has done to become a champion of equality and inclusion."