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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

Trump blocks funding for Texans’ health care

October 11, 2018
Providers are left with far less funding after the Trump administrations slashed the health care budget for low-income services.
Health care

In our poisoned political era, our preferences decide our facts

October 8, 2018
Humans have many wonderful qualities. “Perfectly rational” is not among them.
Brett Kavanaugh

Kavanaugh has been confirmed. Now what?

October 6, 2018
Your voice is not weakened by today’s vote. If anything, it’s stronger, louder, and more powerful than ever.
Kavanaugh Protests

Austin becomes first Texas city to stand against laws banning insurance coverage for abortion care

October 4, 2018
15 localities across the U.S., including Travis County, have signed resolutions repealing public and private insurance coverage bans on abortion care.
Amanda Williams - Lilith Fund