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Austin Will Vote on CodeNEXT Petition in November
Austinites will vote on the CodeNEXT petition during the November election. This afternoon, Travis County District Judge Orlinda Naranjo ruled that the petition must be honored, in part because it is not yet known what the language of CodeNEXT will entail.

4:30PM Mon. Jul. 16, Chase Hoffberger Read More | Comment »

JuiceLand Employee Harassed by Right-Wing Comedian
A clash between conservative personality Steven Crowder and an employee at the MLK location of JuiceLand has the internet up in arms. It started with Facebook comments, but within days multiple social media platforms have become embroiled in the situation.

5:59AM Fri. Jul. 13, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Ken Paxton Seeks to Remove Eight of Austin’s Planning Commissioners
The Texas Office of the Attorney General has officially entered Austin’s land use debate.

3:09PM Tue. Jul. 3, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

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CodeNEXT Petition Hearing Awaits Ruling
Travis County District Court Judge Orlinda Naranjo spent Monday morning presiding over Austin’s land use petition case, but dismissed the court before 1pm without issuing a ruling. With a deadline looming – a decision must be made before Aug. 20 in order to have an effect on the November election – Naranjo promised to rule soon.

5:24PM Mon. Jul. 2, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Art Caravan for the Children's Act of Creative Resistance
Through her artwork, she resisted SB 4, took a stand for DREAMers, and fought back against white supremacy. Now Yocelyn Riojas is taking on a new challenge, and this time it’s at the border.

10:00PM Fri. Jun. 29, Eilish O'Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Activists Protest Southwest Key at CEO’s Home
While Trump’s cruel family separation policy has ended for now, the frustration over one local nonprofit’s involvement in housing those children continues.

7:45AM Fri. Jun. 29, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

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