德州州长Greg Abbott亲自发推，禁止中国、伊朗、朝鲜、俄罗斯四国公民购买德州的land (也包括任何含有land的房产)
SB 147 Texas Senate Bill, A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT
relating to the purchase of or acquisition of title to real property by certain aliens or foreign entities.
Sec. 5.0051. PURCHASE OF OR ACQUISITION OF TITLE TO REAL PROPERTY BY CERTAIN FOREIGN INDIVIDUALS OR ENTITIES PROHIBITED.
Not withstanding any other law, the following may not purchase or otherwise acquire title to real property in this state:
(1) a governmental entity of China, Iran, North Korea,or Russia;
(2) a company or other entity that is:
(A) headquartered in China, Iran, North Korea, or Russia;
(B) directly or indirectly held or controlled by the government of China, Iran, North Korea, or Russia; or
(C) owned by or the majority of stock or other ownership interest of which is held or controlled by individuals who are citizens of China, Iran, North Korea, or Russia;
(3) a company or other entity that is owned by or themajority of stock or other ownership interest of which is held or
controlled by a company or entity described by Subdivision (2); or
(4) an individual who is a citizen of China, Iran, North Korea, or Russia.
PROPERTY RIGHTS, HOUSING, AND THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION: THE SOCIAL BENEFITS OF PROPERTY RIGHTS PROTECTION, GOVERNMENT INTERVENTIONS, AND THE EUROPEAN COURT ON HUMAN RIGHTS' HUTTEN- CZAPSKA DECISION* Edward H. Ziegler** and Jan G. Laitos ABSTRACT Nations around the world utilize government interventions to promote the availability and affordability of housing. This Article focuses on various types of government regulatory interventions, such as rent controls, building dedications and exactions, and density and growth controls on housing. These interventions are common in the United States and in other countries and may contribute to inefficient resource allocation and poor housing outcomes. This Article examines whether these types of government interventions may require, in particular cases in the United States, judicially required compensatory damages for affected property owners. The social costs of these forms of government intervention are examined from the perspective of the benefits accruing from a regime of property rights protection. This Article further explains that there is some existing precedent under international human rights norms, as illustrated by the Hutten-Czapska v. Polandi decision, for the standards used in the United States for protecting the property rights of owners and developers of housing from excessive and unwise government regulation.
现在的Fair Housing Act禁止歧视Nation Of Origin. 禁止中国公民购买事实上已经歧视中国出生的legal non-citizen resident（比如，绿卡和H1b等）。