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Educators who spoke to The Texas Tribune overwhelmingly denounced the new social studies law going into effect Sept. 1. These are the provisions they say... [Read More]
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Republicans believe they have already compromised enough on the legislation, while Democrats are distrustful of both the policy driving the bill and their GOP colleagues... [Read More]
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A lot of the news from the last few days — about the Legislature, about COVID-19 and about immigration — has a real dÃ... [Read More]
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Public health experts and medical professionals are sounding the alarm over the highly transmissible delta variant of COVID-19. The governor has stood firm on his... [Read More]
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On Wednesday, Abbott issued the order, allowing Texas Department of Public Safety troopers to reroute civilian vehicles back to their origin point or a port... [Read More]
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In the first phase of funding from the federal government for emergency rental assistance, Texas received about $2 billion. Now the state has to get... [Read More]
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Wright's coveted endorsement from Trump — which appeared so powerful in propelling her to the top in the initial election — may have contributed to... [Read More]
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Texas Democrats have been in the nation's capital for more than two weeks, seeking the support of as many high-profile politicians as they can. [Read More]
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In this week's episode, Matthew speaks with Karen, Ross and Heidi about the rising COVID-19 case numbers in Texas and conference realignment in college sports. [Read More]
Both Republicans in Austin and Democrats in D.C. have engaged in the political drama over the past two weeks, with the two camps battling it... [Read More]
The marchers will travel south from Georgetown to Austin over four days, hoping to build pressure on Congress to act on federal legislation to boost... [Read More]
Republican Texas lawmakers this year made it a priority to limit how racism and current events are taught in school. Martin Luther King III calls... [Read More]
The candidate, Matt Berg, is running against U.S. Rep. Troy Nehls, R-Richmond, and says the incident was a turning point in his life, prompting him... [Read More]
The bill is largely symbolic, as the Legislature is currently at a standstill, unable to move any legislation because House Democrats broke quorum two weeks... [Read More]
In a letter to the major general of the Texas National Guard, Abbott said "more manpower is needed" at the border. [Read More]
The judge found that the group behind the suit had essentially brought the same claims in a previous case in which the U.S. Supreme Court... [Read More]
The Texas Tribune is using daily data from the Texas Department of State Health Services to track coronavirus vaccinations, cases, hospitalizations and deaths. The state... [Read More]
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