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Report: Anti-Abortion Law Forces Women to Wait Longer for Procedure
The evidence demonstrating the disastrous effects of abortion-restrictive law, House Bill 2, on Texas women continues to pile up. But the willingness of anti-choice lawmakers and conservative-leaning judges to accept the reality is an entirely different story.

2:45PM Mon. Oct. 5, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

Lilith Fund to Honor the Chronicle's Mary Tuma and Sen. Sylvia Garcia
It’s no secret that abortion rights and adequate health care for women have long been under siege by Texas lawmakers. The ongoing crisis is both dispiriting and dismally repetitive. But Austin Chronicle news editor Mary Tuma has never wavered in her attention to the reproductive rights beat.

7:30AM Mon. Oct. 5, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

News Roundup: Loose Cannons and Contraception
In this week's news roundup: Former APD Detective Charles Kleinert's motion to dismiss the manslaughter case against him is heard; Council Member Delia Garza discloses her personal history with Planned Parenthood; another mass shooting leaves several dead; and more.

7:00AM Mon. Oct. 5, the News Staff Read More | Comment »

News Roundup: Loose Cannons and Contraception
SXSW Eco 2015: Evolution as R&D
For centuries, it's seemed like technology and growth have been wholly antithetical to the natural world. Yet the emerging field of biomimicry is taking clean green tech to a new level, by designing new technologies that emulate what nature already does.

10:50AM Fri. Oct. 2, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Austin Film Society on the Air
October 1 sees the start of a new era in public access television in Austin, with Austin Film Society officially taking the reins at Austin Public Access Television.

10:00AM Fri. Oct. 2, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Sampson Opens Commissioner Campaign
Before a small but encouraging crowd at the Millennium Youth Entertainment Complex Wednesday evening, contractor and consultant Arthur Sampson formally opened his campaign for Precinct 1 Travis County Commissioner, reiterating his pledge to be “responsive, respectful, and resourceful” for northeast county residents.

8:00AM Fri. Oct. 2, Michael King Read More | Comment »

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Bringing Body Cameras Into Focus
The prospect of body cameras for Austin Police Department officers now imminent, attention turns toward how to implement their installation. On Monday, City Council’s Public Safety Committee met to parse out the range of interests policymakers must consider when sorting out what exactly it will mean for APD officers to absorb the technology.

11:30AM Tue. Sep. 29, Chase Hoffberger Read More | Comment »

Wagner Joins Austin ISD Board
In a near-unanimous vote, Austin ISD trustees appointed Yasmin Wagner to serve as District 7 trustee for the next 14 months.

10:55AM Tue. Sep. 29, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Council Preview: Marriott Pays Up
The long-running city dispute with White Lodging over fee waivers granted its Congress Ave. Marriott hotel project – in return for a prevailing wage structure on construction labor – will apparently end this week with White’s agreement to repay $2.4 million in previously waived fees. Guess the JW Marriott is doing okay.

7:00AM Tue. Sep. 29, Michael King Read More | Comment »

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