The San Antonio City Council's decision to ban Chick-fil-A from its airport has cost the city hundreds of thousands of dollars.
KENS5 reported that the city has so far been forced to pay at least $315,000 in legal fees. The city has been under federal investigation, and two lawsuits have been filed against it since banning Chick-fil-A back in March.
The ban came a day after a report showed Chick-fil-A had donated almost $2 million to organizations with traditional views on marriage and sexuality. Since the ban, the company announced it would be discontinuing donations to groups that oppose gay and transgender rights.