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Pro-Choice Activists Deliver Petitions Against Fetal Burial Rule
Reproductive health advocates marched two full boxes of petition signatures against a proposed rule that would force Texas women to bury or cremate their fetal tissue after an abortion or miscarriage to the front desk of The Department of State Health Services on Wednesday, Oct. 26.

2:00PM Thu. Oct. 27, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

Baked Cookies and Racism at UT
It was the bake sale heard around the world. That's probably what the Young Conservatives of Texas hoped for Wednesday when they played pastry provocateurs to the University of Texas campus.

11:40AM Thu. Oct. 27, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Early Voting Shows Massive Leap
It's hard to draw any conclusions from early voting turnout. However, the numbers from day one of the November election don't lie: Yesterday, a record number of Travis County residents made it to the ballot box for the first day of early voting.

11:30AM Tue. Oct. 25, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Save the World With Bill Nye
If there was one takeaway from Bill Nye's closing keynote speech at SXSW Eco, it's that it's up to us to save the world. The good news? The Science Guy thinks that's eminently doable.

2:00PM Tue. Oct. 18, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Austin Earns Top Grade in LGBTQ Scorecard
Austin continues to lead the nation in offering inclusive policies to the LGBTQ community, according to a new report.

8:00AM Tue. Oct. 18, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

Council: Freedom From Fear
Last Thursday’s City Council meeting (Oct. 13) actually adjourned during working hours (with the help of plenty of postponements). But a shorthanded dais did clear some zoning items, and joined the national week of action in support of Muslims and all immigrants.

9:00AM Mon. Oct. 17, Michael King Read More | Comment »

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Imagine Universal Income
How would life be different if your basic needs were met, regardless of what kind of work you did – or whether you worked at all?

4:38PM Thu. Oct. 13, Robyn Ross Read More | Comment »

Everybody vs. Injustice
Austin’s growth has led to a pressing affordability problem that’s pushed out natives and longtime residents. Communities that once were rich in heritage and culture have turned into playgrounds for well-to-do hipsters who make artisan mayo.

11:42AM Thu. Oct. 13, Annamarya Scaccia Read More | Comment »

Texas May Be Forced to Pay Nearly $5 Million to Pro-Choice Attorneys
The state may need to shell out more than $4.5 million to lawyers who defended abortion providers in the successful U.S. Supreme Court case that struck down parts of Texas anti-choice law, House Bill 2.

4:13PM Mon. Oct. 10, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

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