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AISD Board Debates Path for Future School Closures
AISD Board Debates Path for Future School Closures
AISD Board gets closer to "school change"

Austin Sanders, May 9, 2019

Civics 101

May 9, 2019

Quote of the Week
Quote of the Week

May 9, 2019

Local Businesses Stand Up for Sick Leave
Local Businesses Stand Up for Sick Leave
Committee hears bills that would prevent Austin from regulating certain employment practices

Mary Tuma, May 9, 2019

Turning Williamson County a Bluer Shade of Purple
Turning Williamson County a Bluer Shade of Purple
Wading through the new political landscape of the Austin suburbs

Mike Clark-Madison, May 9, 2019

Point Austin: Rising to the Defense
Point Austin: Rising to the Defense
Travis County tries to level the courtroom playing field with a public defender’s office

Michael King, May 9, 2019

No Sales Tax for Schools
No Sales Tax for Schools
Senate approves its version of school finance, with a few notable changes

Mary Tuma, May 9, 2019

A Decade of Democratic Gains in Central Texas
A Decade of Democratic Gains in Central Texas
Turning red to purple and purple to blue

Mike Clark-Madison, May 9, 2019

CAMPO Throws Money at I-35
CAMPO Throws Money at I-35
$400 million in new funding will go to the “Capital Express” project

Mike Clark-Madison, May 9, 2019

Williamson County Residents Organize to Remove Confederate Monument
Williamson County Residents Organize to Remove Confederate Monument
Meanwhile the Texas Legislature tries to block monument removals

Michael King, May 7, 2019

Valinda Bolton Kicks Off
Valinda Bolton Kicks Off
Former state rep says she’ll bring experience to Commissioners Court

Michael King, May 5, 2019

Texas Senate Passes Forced Abortion Counseling Bill
Senate OKs Abortion Counseling Bill
SB 2234: A "dangerous expansion of state power"

Mary Tuma, May 3, 2019

Senate Confirms Abbott's Nominee for State Office of Administrative Hearings Chief
Senate Confirms SOAH Head
Governor's list has hundreds of unconfirmed "holdover" officials

Michael King, May 2, 2019

Civics 101

May 2, 2019

Federal Judge to Texas: No, You Can't Bar Government Contractors From Boycotting Israel
Federal Judge to Texas: No, You Can't Bar Government Contractors From Boycotting Israel

Austin Sanders, May 2, 2019

What Time Is It in Texas?
What Time Is It in Texas?
Texas House wants to let voters decide whether to keep daylight saving time

Mary Tuma, May 2, 2019

Quick Skim of What's on the Ballot Outside Austin
Quick Skim of What's on the Ballot Outside Austin

Michael King, May 2, 2019

Headlines
Headlines

May 2, 2019

Open Carry for School Marshals?
Open Carry for School Marshals?
Senate wants to let school districts decide if marshals can open-carry guns on campus

Mary Tuma, May 2, 2019

Student Settles With Scottish Rite Dormitory
Student Settles With Scottish Rite Dormitory
Private dorm had been accused of discriminatory behavior against queer resident

Beth Sullivan, May 2, 2019

At the Capitol, Texas Tries to Catch Up With Cannabis
At the Capitol, Texas Tries to Catch Up With Cannabis
From medical use to decriminalization to legalization, marijuana seems to have bipartisan support, so what's taking so long?

Kevin Curtin, May 2, 2019

Public Notice: What Happens Next?
Public Notice: What Happens Next?
Public process will be key to whether code rewrite succeeds

Nick Barbaro, May 2, 2019

Commissioners Court to Decide Next Step in Proposed Public Defender’s Office
Commissioners Court to Decide Next Step in Proposed Public Defender’s Office
May 7 vote scheduled to approve grant proposal to fund new indigent defense office

Michael King, May 2, 2019

Tax Caps Roll Through Texas House
Tax Caps Roll Through Texas House
House approves Senate Bill 2, a revenue cap plan opposed vociferously by local mayors, county judges, and other elected officials

Mike Clark-Madison, May 2, 2019

Dear Texas Lawmakers, Stop Spelling Marijuana With an
Dear Texas Lawmakers, Stop Spelling Marijuana With an "H"
Or how about you just call it cannabis?

Kevin Curtin, May 2, 2019

Quote of the Week
Quote of the Week

May 2, 2019

Austin at Large: Mapping the Transition Zones
Austin at Large: Mapping the Transition Zones
Ever so slowly, City Hall learns to govern without consensus

Mike Clark-Madison, May 2, 2019

Gun Advocate Wants Apology From Texas Speaker of the House
Gun Advocate Wants Apology From Texas Speaker of the House
Chris McNutt showed up at Bonnen’s house but doesn’t think he was being intimidating

Mary Tuma, May 2, 2019

Is a New Austin Land Development Code Done Yet?
Is a New Austin Land Development Code Done Yet?
Council: Stick a pin in that!

Mike Clark-Madison, May 2, 2019

North Austin Mosque Targeted Again
North Austin Mosque Targeted Again
Attempted arson latest in vandalisms attacking North Austin Muslim Community Center

Mary Tuma, May 2, 2019

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