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DACA recipients must be protected ahead of SCOTUS case

November 11, 2019
The Supreme Court will hear arguments in Department of Homeland Security v. Regents of the University of California this month, a case that could decide the future of DACA.
DACA protest Texas

Explainer: The ongoing impact of SB 4 on Texas immigrants

November 7, 2019
Though it was passed two years ago, Texans feel the effects of the anti-immigrant SB 4 on their health care, education, and everyday lives.
Impact of SB 4 Texas

Texas’ mobile voting ban is a clear infringement on voting rights

November 6, 2019
If our votes didn’t matter, Texas Republicans wouldn’t be trying so hard to keep Texans away from the polls.
MobileVotingBans

It’s not just Austin. The state of Texas has a homelessness problem.

November 4, 2019
Instead of attacking Texas cities, Gov. Abbott should put his money where his mouth is and provide statewide funding for solutions like affordable housing, equitable education, and health care.
Homelessness

We need a cease-fire in the state’s war on local governments

November 4, 2019
Republicans seem to think they can manage local governments better than local voters do, but they are deceiving themselves.
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Gov. Abbott’s Trumpesque approach to Twitter

October 31, 2019
Instead of focusing on the issues important to Texans, Gov. Abbott has used his Twitter to mislead the public, attack Texas cities, and fan the flames of the far-right.
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Impeachment update: Things are not looking good for Trump

October 29, 2019
If the World Series was any indication of the American public’s thoughts on impeachment, Trump should be scared.
Impeachment

Voting rights for people awaiting trial in Texas

October 28, 2019
Voter disenfranchisement continues in Texas’ criminal justice system, but we can put an end to it.
Voting Centers in Texas Jails

Texas Mail-In Ballot 101

October 24, 2019
If you’re unable to vote in person, follow these simple steps to submit a mail-in ballot.
Mail-In Ballot