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Governor’s school shooting prevention plan misses the mark

October 19, 2018
Following the tragic shooting in Southeast Texas, Governor Abbott rolled out a plan to prevent school shootings—without including gun reform.
School Safety

To address mental health, reduce Texas’ uninsured rate

October 19, 2018
87 percent of Texans say that it’s a “top priority” or “important” for the Legislature to work on expanding access to health insurance.
Mental health

O’Rourke was right to speak out on racism

October 16, 2018
Beto O’Rourke was right to speak up, and we should all welcome an open-hearted, eyes-wide-open, public conversation regarding our racial divides.
What could've been said.

The early bird gets the vote

October 15, 2018
Shorter lines. Less chaos. Opportunities to vote on the weekend. We stan early voting.
early vote

Powerful sculptures call for common sense gun reform

October 11, 2018
Grieving Parkland dad has created sculptures in memory of his late son, a victim of the February school shooting.
Sculpture of child under desk

Texas laws punish young women seeking abortion care

October 11, 2018
The judicial bypass process is unpredictable, burdensome, and traumatic for young Janes seeking abortion care.

ICE agents caught lying to immigrant families

October 11, 2018
Agents have provided several immigrant workers with false court appearance dates, causing delays and confusing in legal proceedings.
ICE Fakes Court Dates