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Opinion: November Offers Choice to End Gun Violence or Maintaining Status Quo

We are coming upon an election that will determine our path not only for the next four years but for the foreseeable...

Opinion: Six Questions Confronting Texas Amid the COVID-19 Outbreak

This opinion piece was written by Brandon Rottinghaus, political science professor at the University of Houston. The spread of...

Opinion: We Need Extended and Expanded Paid Leave Even After the Pandemic

Congresswoman Veronica Escobar, a third-generation El Pasoan, represents Texas’ 16th Congressional District. My hometown of El Paso, a predominantly...

Opinion: Stereotypes Shouldn’t Drive Decisions of COVID-19 Care for the Disabled or Old

As coronavirus cases soar across our region, hospitals taxed to capacity may soon face the unthinkable — deciding who lives and who...

Opinion: How Conservative Evangelicals Got Where They Are Politically, and What To Do

With many waiting to see if 2020 will be the year Texas turns blue, Republicans — and particularly those connected to the...

10,000 Reasons We Need to Unleash SNAP to Fight the Coronavirus

Last week, the San Antonio Food Bank served a crowd of 10,000 Texans reeling from the economic effects of COVID-19. An aerial...

Opinion: How Many Times Does it Take Before Someone Should be Fired?

This is a question employers grapple with on an almost daily basis.  Weighing whether an employee can be retrained...

Opinion: The Data Shows Texas Democrats Could Tally More Wins in November

People have been saying Texas is a swing state for months now, as though they can will it to be. I see...
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Climate Change, the Texas Railroad Commission, and the Election

If you care about climate change, look down ballot. Keep going after you make your pick for president and the Senate. Down...

Opinion: Gov. Abbott Continues His Unconstitutional Control Over Independent State Officers. Does Anyone Care?

In June of 2016, the Texas Tribune reported that there were 336 state officers who were serving in their offices and exercising...

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