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Next Step in Legal Battle Over Drive-Thru Voting Expected Tomorrow

The Texas Supreme Court has set Friday as the deadline for all parties involved in the legal challenge of Harris County’s drive-thru...

Two Appointed Texas Supreme Court Judges Face Voters for First Time

Two of the Republican incumbents running to keep their seats on the Texas Supreme Court this November have never actually been elected...

4 Times Abbott Denied Voters Right to Pick Texas Supreme Court Justice

Gov. Greg Abbott has just named Rebeca Huddle to fill a vacant seat left open on the Supreme Court of Texas. It’s...

Abbott Handpicks New Texas Supreme Court Justice

Much like what is happening in Washington this week, voters won’t have a say in who fills a vacancy on the Texas...

Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice’s History of Rich Donors, Ethics Violations

Nathan Hecht has served as Chief Justice of the Texas Supreme Court since 2013 and has presided as a justice on that...

4 Texas Supreme Court Seats Are on the Ballot. Here’s Why It Matters.

This November, four seats on the currently all-Republican Texas Supreme Court will be on the ballot. Democrats are keenly interested in flipping...
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Texas Supreme Court Accused of Being Beholden to Those Who Give Money

Are the opinions issued by the Texas Supreme Court for sale? Texas Democrats say yes as they take direct aim at the...
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Texas Supreme Court Decides Two Election Matters: Abbott Wins, Harris County Loses

The Texas Supreme Court has OK’d Gov. Greg Abbott’s extension of early voting for the Nov. 3 election and denied Harris County’s...
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Supreme Court Changes Reinvigorate Texas Heartbeat Bill Sponsors

Some Republican Texas lawmakers see the addition of another conservative to the U.S. Supreme Court as an opportunity to resurrect proposals to...
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Texas Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Harris County Mail Ballot Case

The Texas Supreme Court convened via Zoom on Wednesday to hear arguments for and against sending mail ballot applications to all 2.4...

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