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ACLU Calls On Feds To Investigate Abbott’s Policy Transporting Migrants Back To Border

The American Civil Liberties Union is calling on the federal government to stop cooperating with Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order authorizing state...

Texas Democrats See Hope In Kansas Abortion Vote, But Challenges Remain

Heading into a difficult election cycle, Democrats and abortion-rights supporters in Texas were energized by voters in Republican-dominated Kansas who on Tuesday...

Legal Questions Shroud Gov. Greg Abbott’s Move To Bus Migrants Back To The Border

EAGLE PASS — On a cloudy recent Friday morning, the Moncada Baseball Park near the U.S.-Mexico border was empty, save for one...

Sister Of Uvalde Shooting Victim Testifies Before Texas Lawmakers: “I’m Terrified To Go Back”...

With her voice shaking as she delivered testimony to lawmakers, Jazmin Cazares, the sister of Jackie Cazares, who was slain during a...

Texas House Speaker Pitches Spending More Than $100 Million For Mental Health, School Safety...

Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan pitched redirecting more than $100 million in state funding to quickly boost mental health and school safety...

Five Takeaways From Uvalde Schools Police Chief Pete Arredondo’s Interview With The Texas Tribune

This week, Uvalde schools police Chief Pete Arredondo and his attorney granted an exclusive interview to The Texas Tribune to detail his...

Waiting For Keys, Unable To Break Down Doors: Uvalde Schools Police Chief Defends Delay...

Only a locked classroom door stood between Pete Arredondo and a chance to bring down the gunman. It was sturdily built with...

Texas GOP Primary Runoff Results Show Most Legislative Incumbents Prevailing, Bucking past Trends

Three of the four Republican state representatives forced into primary runoffs prevailed on Tuesday, bucking a statewide trend over the last decade...

Texas Republicans Say If Roe Falls, They’ll Focus On Adoptions And Preventing Women From...

During their 20 years in control of the Texas Legislature, Republican lawmakers have steadfastly worked to chip away at abortion access.

Ken Paxton Says He’s Being Sued By The State Bar For Misconduct Over His...

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, the state's top lawyer, said Friday the state bar was suing him for professional misconduct related to...

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