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Juan Pablo Garnham, The Texas Tribune

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Juan Pablo Garnham reports on urban affairs for The Texas Tribune.

Texas Tenants Behind on Rent Will Soon Be Able to Seek Aid from $1.3...

State officials plan to roll out a $1.3 billion rental assistance program for Texans struggling to keep up with housing payments during...

Texas has $2 billion in COVID-19 relief funds left to spend. Advocacy groups are...

With only two weeks before the funding expires, Texas’ state government still hasn’t spent about a quarter of the $8 billion it...

A Controversial Rule Limiting Housing Options For Homeless Texans With Criminal Records Was Softened,...

The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs is slightly backing off a controversial plan that would make it harder for homeless...

U.S. Supreme Court Allows Inmate To Sue Prison Officers After He Was Forced To...

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that a Texas psychiatric prison inmate left for days in cells covered in either feces or...
Eviction

Texas Tenants Are Still Struggling To Stop Evictions A Month After Federal Moratorium Was...

At her eviction trial conducted via video conference on Sept. 23, Amanda Murray asked Tarrant County Justice of the Peace Ralph Swearingin...
USPS

For Rural Texans, The Postal Service Is A Lifeline, But Some Say It’s Been...

The problems with Denice Harlan’s mail didn’t start with COVID-19, the financial challenges of the United States Postal Service or the political tensions before a fiercely...

As Eviction Cases Resume in Parts of Houston, Low-Income Texans Fear Losing a Place...

Hilda Ramírez says she’s never missed paying rent. Even when the pandemic started and she couldn’t work for two months in the...

Grappling With Budget Shortfalls, Texas Cities Prepare for Hard Choices

The economic impact from the coronavirus pandemic has left some of Texas’ biggest cities facing a difficult choice: cutting services like libraries,...

Renters Prepare for Tough Choices as Eviction Proceedings Resume in Texas

Phoenix Morgaine doesn't want to move, but a “for rent” sign has been in the front yard of her Belton home for...

Texas Supreme Court Extends Moratorium on Evictions Until May 18

The Texas Supreme Court extended the moratorium on eviction procedures until May 18, offering a few more weeks of relief to renters...

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