U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents saw 4,261 Chinese nationals in October alone.
A ban on hostile foreign nations buying Texas land died in the state House last Spring.
Individuals from Mexico, China, and India were among the top buyers.
The Texas House killed a measure to ban hostile foreign nations from acquiring farmland and natural resources in Texas last session.
The Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University filed the lawsuit.
The act targets schools owned, operated, or controlled by the Chinese Communist Party.
According to U.S. Rep. August Pfluger, the Chinese Communist Party is pouring resources into South America to undermine the U.S.
A majority of Republican voters placed the issue above school choice and prohibiting COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
After passing the Senate in April, the measure was never given a hearing in the House.
State Sen. Charles Perry bucked his GOP colleagues by voting against legislation to prevent hostile countries and their citizens from buying up land in Texas.