By Ross Ramsey, The Texas Tribune March 24, 2020 “Your money or your life!” has never seemed so stark.
Written by Ross Ramsey on Mar 29 2020 - 12:18pm
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By Alex Samuels, The Texas Tribune March 10, 2020 Mandatory paid sick leave, a policy proposal that’s faced consistent pushback from Texas’ leading Republicans and conservative groups, is once again being thrust into the spotlight as the state and workers’ rights groups seek to quell the spread of the new coronavirus.
Written by Texas Tribune on Mar 4 2020 - 1:02pm
By Alex Samuels, The Texas Tribune March 3, 2020 Former Vice President Joe Biden has won the Texas presidential primary, continuing a stunning revival of his once-struggling campaign that has helped him solidify himself as one of the two leading contenders in the broader race for the Democratic nomination.
Written by Texas Tribune on Feb 6 2020 - 3:27pm
By Patrick Svitek, The Texas Tribune Feb. 4, 2020
Written by Texas Tribune on Jan 16 2020 - 2:16pm
By Juan Pablo Garnham, The Texas Tribune In the 40-minute bus ride across San Antonio that Barbie Hammond takes to work, there’s one topic of conversation that keeps coming up: the cost of rent. “A lady that I talk to on the bus told me she had to move because of the rent increases,” the 57-year-old said. “And I told her, ‘Well, when Christmastime came, I got a note saying that the next month there will be a $60 increase in my apartment.’”
Written by Texas Tribune on Jan 15 2020 - 12:59pm
By Julián Aguilar, The Texas Tribune Jan. 15, 2020 A federal judge temporarily blocked a Trump administration policy that would have allowed governors, like Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, and other local leaders to prevent refugees from resettling in those areas.
Written by Texas Tribune on Jan 14 2020 - 7:48pm
By Julián Aguilar, The Texas Tribune Texas’ Catholic bishops issued a sharp rebuke of Gov. Greg Abbott, a fellow Catholic, following his decision Friday to ban refugees from initially settling in Texas. In a joint statement by the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops, which includes leaders from Texas’ 15 dioceses, the group called the decision “discouraging and disheartening.”
Written by Ross Ramsey on Jan 8 2020 - 4:11pm