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FOX 7 Discussion: Kavanaugh does not have the decorum to be on the U.S. Supreme Court

October 1, 2018
Brett Kavanaugh's behavior throughout the confirmation process, let alone his past transgressions, should disqualify him from being on the highest court of the United States. He does not have the decorum to be a Supreme Court Justice.
Brett Kavanaugh

Ted Cruz refuses to address Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, turns his back on women

September 28, 2018
By voting to confirm Brett Kavanaugh for the U.S. Supreme Court on the Senate Judiciary Committee, Ted Cruz has chosen to side with men in power without searching for the truth.
Ted Cruz and Brett Kavanaugh

262. There have been 262 mass shootings in 2018, so far.

September 25, 2018
Lawmakers have done little to stop mass shootings across the U.S., especially in Texas.
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Brett Kavanaugh's sexual assault allegations must be taken seriously

September 24, 2018
Following two allegations of sexual misconduct against U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, survivors of sexual assault gathered outside Sen. Ted Cruz's Austin and Dallas offices to rally Monday.
Brett Kavanaugh

FOX 7 Discussion: Senators need to address Supreme Court nominee's sexual misconduct allegation

September 17, 2018
Progress Texas Executive Director Ed Espinoza and Travis County GOP Chairman Matt Mackowiak discuss postponing the vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh after the sexual misconduct allegation.
Brett Kavanaugh

The Path Where Kavanaugh and the Supreme Court Will Take Us

July 23, 2018
So, under a Trump-packed court, America might look something like Putin’s Russia looks today.

Austin Becomes the First ‘Freedom City’ in Texas

June 20, 2018
Austin City Council voted unanimously to make Austin a ‘Freedom City’ after more than 100 Austinites testified in support of making the community safer for immigrants and people of color.
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Take Action: 5 Ways to Fight Family Separation

June 19, 2018
With each passing day, stories of the horrors experienced by families separated at the border — of children torn from their parents and housed in cages — continue to grow.
Take Action: 5 Ways to Fight Family Separation

Supreme Court Decisions We’re Watching for in June

May 24, 2018
The Court is set to decide some really important cases by the end of June — cases covering a lot of issues that matter to and impact the lives of Texans, from LGBTQ equality and immigration to workers’, voting, and abortion rights.
Supreme Court Decisions We’re Watching for June 2018

Texas House Democrats Filed 15+ Gun Reform Bills, GOP Only Passed One

May 22, 2018
Progressives in the Texas Legislature have led in proposing common sense solutions to the gun violence epidemic occurring in Texas and across the nation.
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Empty thoughts, empty prayers

March 23, 2018
Glenn W. Smith turns to Austin songwriter Chip Dolan to ask why politicians offer only empty thoughts and empty prayers to victims of mass gun violence.

Honoring African American Leaders of the Texas Legislature

February 27, 2018
Honoring African American leaders of the Texas Legislature — progressive champions who fight for Texans year in and year out. Watch as they stand up for voting rights, LGBTQ equality, healthcare, and against racism and white supremacy this past legislative session. #BlackHistoryMonth
Senfronia Thompson

Young students demand stricter gun laws

February 20, 2018
As students from the Parkland shooting passionately advocate for stricter gun legislation, Ed Scruggs with Texas Gun Sense explains what could and should be done to reduce gun violence.

Guns & Politics, The Great American Misfire

February 16, 2018
Money has stifled a meaningful conversation on guns in American life, and on other issues as well.

Ed Espinoza: We Need Sensible Gun Reform

November 10, 2017
Our executive director discusses why we must demand change or tragedies like Sutherland Springs will keep occurring.
Ed Espinoza

Give to These Local Organizations Working on the Ground After the Cameras Leave

August 30, 2017
Want to help Texans impacted by the devastation of Hurricane Harvey? Give to local organizations who will be working to support and rebuild impacted communities in the days, months, and years to come.
Hurricane Harvey Flood Damage

The Troubling Casualness of Racism Among Texas Republicans

August 18, 2017
It doesn't take a statute to find out – a look at the history books shows a troubling pattern of behavior.
Abbott, Patrick, Trump

Texas Lawmakers Denounce White Supremacy Rally

August 14, 2017
Texas lawmakers - led by State Representative Helen Giddings (D- DeSoto) – denounced racism and terrorism in Charlottesville and called on Texas A&M University to block a white supremacist rally planned for September 11.
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