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What 5,000 Days Without Federal Court Judges Means for Texas

August 19, 2015
In the last few years, as many as 12,000 cases have been backlogged because we don't have enough judges.
What 5,000 Days Without Federal Court Judges Means for Texas

Momentum for Marijuana Policy Reform at Federal Level

July 29, 2015
High profile congressmen have called for an end to the prohibition on marijuana research, and several States may legalize marijuana in the coming months.

SCOTUS 2015: Freedom to Marry for Everyone

June 27, 2015
For now, for now, it's time to celebrate.
SCOTUS 2015: Freedom to Marry for Everyone

SCOTUS 2015: Health Care Survives

June 25, 2015
The fact that the Supreme Court heard the case at all was cause for concern.
SCOTUS 2015: Health Care Survives

SCOTUS 2015: Independent Redistricting Commissions Survive

June 24, 2015
The landmark decision is a remarkable push-back against political gerrymandering.
SCOTUS 2015: Independent Redistricting Commissions Survive

SCOTUS 2015: Housing Discrimination in Texas

June 23, 2015
The Supreme Court just upheld an essential tool that is needed to combat housing discrimination.
SCOTUS 2015: Housing Discrimination in Texas

SCOTUS 2015: First Amendment Rights Reaffirmed

June 3, 2015
The Supreme Court kicked off June by releasing two decisions, demonstrating yet again why courts matter.
SCOTUS 2015: First Amendment Rights Reaffirmed

Supreme Court to Review Republican Attempt to Remove Kids From Population Counts

May 28, 2015
Texas Republican officials could dramatically weaken the influence of Hispanics in Texas with redistricting case

Marijuana Policy Reform Bills Move Out of Texas Committees

May 7, 2015
The unprecedented progress for marijuana policy reform is something to celebrate!
Marijuana Policy Reform Bills Move Out of Texas Committees

First Marijuana Policy Reform Bill Advances from Texas House Committee

May 5, 2015
The bill would change the offense for possessing one ounce of marijuana from a felony requiring jail time to a ticket and a fine.
First Marijuana Policy Reform Bill Advances from Texas House Committee