- June 23, 2021It’s official. Gov. Greg Abbott announced that the first special session of 2021 will begin July 8, however, he has still not revealed what items will be included on the agenda. During the regular session, Republican lawmakers ignored the issues most...
- June 22, 2021When Gov. Greg Abbott defunded the Texas Legislature with his budget veto, he did something that had never been done before in Texas. The governor erased another branch of government, overtly violating the Texas Constitution, which mandates a strict...
- June 22, 2021Last weekend, on the first day of summer, thousands of Texans travelled to Austin to rally in support of voting rights. The week before, Texas legislators visited Washington D.C. to urge Congress to support pro-democracy legislation. And during the...
- June 21, 2021Progress Texas Senior Strategist Glenn W. Smith joins FOX 7 to discuss Gov. Abbott's power grab and unconstitutional veto of the Texas Legislature.
- June 16, 2021The Texas GOP is trying to suppress our right to vote, and we need your help fighting back. It’s no secret that Texas is shifting more blue each day. That’s why Texas Republicans have prioritized voter suppression, pushing extreme, anti-democracy...
- June 14, 2021Over the last year, Texans across the state have faced challenge after challenge. 2020 and 2021 brought us a global pandemic, economic crisis, and historic winter storm, and that’s not to mention the ongoing crises of climate change, gun violence, and...
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