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Texas Likely to Add Three House Seats Following 2020 Census

In a time-honored tradition spurred by the country’s founding principles, every 10 years, the United States census participates in a count of...

Where Does Texas Stand on Gun Locks After Recent Mass Shootings?

At first glance, Project Childsafe kits could be mistaken for a bike lock with a cable cord. But there’s an important distinction...

GOP State Lawmakers Seek to Rein in County Judges

With the battle cry that county judges have gone too far, several Republican state senators are saying they will push measures in...

Facebook Censures Steve Hotze and His Conservative Republicans of Texas

Spend time on Facebook these days and you are likely to come across a lot of misinformation about COVID-19. Among the people...

How Likely is it Texas Attorney General Paxton Can Kill DACA?

Last week brought a crippling blow to the Trump administration when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against its attempt to repeal the...

Stress, Politics of COVID-19 Evident in Governor’s Latest News Conference

With voice raised, Gov. Greg Abbott strongly defended his refusal to impose another statewide shutdown to help slow the spread of COVID-19....

Asst. Texas AG Loses Job After Spreading QAnon Conspiracy Theories, Racism

After inciting violence and spreading QAnon conspiracy theories, racist and transphobic comments on social media, Nick Moutos is no longer working in...
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Bill Would Name Houston Post Office for Fort Hood Soldier Vanessa Guillén

On what would have been Vanessa Guillén’s 21st birthday, Congresswoman Sylvia R. Garcia (D-Houston) filed legislation to rename a Houston post office...

How Much Will Census’ Early End Hurt Texas?

Neighbors were pleading with neighbors in the final hours of the 2020 census, which was brought to an abrupt end last Thursday,...

Unemployment Continues Decline as Worries Grow About More Shutdowns

First-time claims for Texas unemployment assistance fell by more than 8% last week to 32,422. There have been ups and downs in...

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