It looks like Texas in fed up with opening it’s doors to the flood of Syrian Refugees that has been pouring into the United States and now state officials have refused to agree to a plan to allow the resettlement of refugees unless the federal government certifies that each does not pose a security threat, the Houston Chronicle learned Tuesday.

A two-page letter from Charles Smith, executive commissioner of the state Health and Human Services Commission, dated Monday advises the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement of the state’s decision not to allow additional refugee resettlements “without assurances from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Homeland Security and the Director of Nati0nal Intelligence that the refugees do not pose a security threat to our citizens.” CONTINUE