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New Beginnings Houston Volunteers of New Beginnings Houston, a religious nonprofit, have spent more than a year renovating a former nursing home in Canton, Texas, that the nonprofit means to convert into a homeless shelter and church. (Courtesy photo/Joe Donalson)

A religious rights dispute between a church that runs homeless shelters and a small Texas municipality is growing more complicated after the city filed its own lawsuit alleging the church has shirked health and safety codes.

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Angela Morris

Angela Morris is ALM Media's Texas litigation reporter. She covers lawsuits in all levels of Texas state and federal courts. Based in Austin, Morris earned journalism and government degrees from the University of Texas at Austin in 2006, and since then, has worked primarily as a reporter and writer, but also has skills in videography, photography and podcasts. Follow her on Twitter at @AMorrisReports.

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