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Written by Texas Tribune on Aug 02, 2017
by Julián Aguilar, The Texas Tribune Representatives from Texas’ business, local government and higher education sectors argued Tuesday that the state’s new immigration-enforcement law, which is slated to take effect Sept. 1, could do billions of dollars in damage to the Texas economy.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Aug 02, 2017
Twenty-five San Antonio teenagers earned laptops and Sprint hotspots after graduating from a two-day digital literacy training program on Aug. 1, 2017. The training was part of the ConnectHome Digital Literacy Passport Program  which is designed to help students in public housing get a lift across the digital divide. Watch a video from the graduation here:
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jul 23, 2017
Nine immigrants are dead and 20 others are clinging to life after they were found inside a smuggler's truck at a Wal-Mart on July 23, 2017. Here is how San Antonio responded.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jul 21, 2017
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg testified against the so-called “bathroom bill,” saying it “puts transgendered people in the crosshairs of discrimination,” and threatens the Texas economy.
Written by Donna Howard on Jul 21, 2017
Upon receiving their property tax notices Texas homeowners seem ready to channel Peter Finch in the classic movie "Network," by throwing open their windows and yelling, "I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore!"  But at whom should that ire be directed?   Some wolves in sheep's clothing at the State Capitol are pointing their fingers at your locally elected officials and pursuing legislation to tightly restrict cities.  But don't be fooled—it's the wolves themselves who have driven up your property taxes.