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There was a moment of clarity during a public hearing earlier this month in Austin regarding a proposal to end the practice of offering in-state tuition to college students who are not legal citizens of the United States. “We have …

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State Sen. Jose Rodriguez, D-El Paso, has proposed legislation to reform the use of solitary confinement as employed in Texas state prisons. As religious leaders, we urge the Texas Legislature to pass this legislation, which would exclude people with serious …

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The drought is ongoing, lakes and aquifers are emptying, yet people keep moving to Texas. State lawmakers on Monday discussed looking to the Gulf of Mexico as a new source of water that, though expensive, might help slake the state’s growing thirst. …

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AUSTIN – In their push to make open carry the law of the Lone Star land, legislators also may be extending the right to Texans who have lost their gun licenses, as well as out-of-staters who never would be eligible …

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