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Unlikely Allies Unite to Beat Up on
Unlikely Allies Unite to Beat Up on "Strong Mayor" Plan
Democracy, now?

Lina Fisher, April 15, 2021

Austin at Large: We Have Better Things to Do
Austin at Large: We Have Better Things to Do
Stay mad, Dan Patrick! Public safety will be reimagined, with or without you

Mike Clark-Madison, April 15, 2021

As Outrage Grows, the Anti-Voter Train Rolls On
As Outrage Grows, the Anti-Voter Train Rolls On
The steady march of "election integrity" legislation continues at the Texas Lege

Benton Graham, April 15, 2021

Select Austin Public Library Locations to Reopen on May 10
Select Austin Public Library Locations to Reopen on May 10
All other branches to follow suit on June 28

Vivie Behrens, April 10, 2021

Watch: Chronicle Hosts Discussion of Props D, E, G, & H (aka Democracy Dollars)
Austinites for Progressive Reform discusses various propositions

News Staff, April 8, 2021

Watch: Chronicle Hosts Discussion of Prop F (aka Strong Mayor)
Both sides of the "Strong Mayor" debate

News Staff, April 8, 2021

Watch: <i>Chronicle</i> Hosts Discussion of Prop B (aka the Camping Ban)
Watch: Chronicle Hosts Discussion of Prop B (aka the Camping Ban)
We talk with reps from Homes Not Handcuffs and Save Austin Now

News Staff, April 8, 2021

LBJ School’s COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker Reveals Disparities
LBJ School’s COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker Reveals Disparities
Data suggests vaccine hubs aren't reaching Black, Latinx Texans

Beth Sullivan, April 8, 2021

So, You Want to Vote By Mail, Now What?
Answers to your VBM questions

April 8, 2021

Austin at Large: On the Ground, in the Sky
Austin at Large: On the Ground, in the Sky
Council tackles Austin’s intractable housing crisis in several dimensions

Mike Clark-Madison, April 8, 2021

Westside Residents Turn to Lege to Escape From Austin
Westside Residents Turn to Lege to Escape From Austin
Homeowners living in some of the city's priciest lakeside properties want to ditch the city's tax roll

Kimberly Reeves, April 8, 2021

Lawsuit Filed to Force AISD to End Chronic Special Ed Delays
Lawsuit Filed to Force AISD to End Chronic Special Ed Delays
No more time to wait

Clara Ence Morse, April 8, 2021

Encampment Fires Add Fuel to Camping Ban Debate
Encampment Fires Add Fuel to Camping Ban Debate
Three blazes in one day spark calls for change to homeless policies

Lina Fisher, April 8, 2021

Public Notice – LDC Rewrite: If Not Now, When?
Public Notice – LDC Rewrite: If Not Now, When?
Further thoughts on housing affordability and how it might be affected by the city Land Development Code

Nick Barbaro, April 8, 2021

Meet the People Behind the Props With the <i>Chronicle</i>’s Virtual Election Forums
Meet the People Behind the Props With the Chronicle’s Virtual Election Forums
VIDEO: Local campaigns join News Editor Mike Clark-Madison to discuss what they’re supporting – or opposing – on the May 1 ballot

April 8, 2021

Headlines / Quote of the Week
Headlines / Quote of the Week

April 8, 2021

Election Ticker: Democracy, Dollars
Election Ticker: Democracy, Dollars
Money printer go brrr in city proposition contests

Lina Fisher, April 8, 2021

City Officials Rebuke Out-of-Town Rep Wanting Austin’s Sound Levels Decided at a State Level
City Officials Rebuke Out-of-Town Rep Wanting Austin’s Sound Levels Decided at a State Level
Adler says “outside interference” not welcome

Kevin Curtin, April 5, 2021

Protesters Allege Austin Police Dumped Quadruple Amputee Activist Whitney Mitchell Out of Her Wheelchair
Protesters Allege Austin Police Dumped Quadruple Amputee Activist Whitney Mitchell Out of Her Wheelchair
Fiancée of Garrett Foster was attending police brutality protest

Brant Bingamon, April 2, 2021

Lawmakers, Students Demand UT Ditch “Eyes of Texas” Once and For All
Lawmakers, Students Demand UT Ditch “Eyes of Texas” Once and For All
UT cannot get away

Beth Sullivan, April 1, 2021

Civics 101

April 1, 2021

Texas Senate Speeds This Year's Abortion Bills Through Lege
Texas Senate Speeds This Year's Abortion Bills Through Lege
GOP lawmakers push half-dozen anti-choice bills restricting abortion care, access

Mary Tuma, April 1, 2021

Austin Leans in Hard to Change TxDOT’s Mind on I-35
Austin Leans in Hard to Change TxDOT’s Mind on I-35
The road not taken

Mike Clark-Madison, April 1, 2021

Austin at Large: Lowrider Knows Every Street
Austin at Large: Lowrider Knows Every Street
Digging deeper on the Eastside car club story reveals both our past and our future

Mike Clark-Madison, April 1, 2021

Elon Musk Purchases All of Austin, Dubs Himself Iron Mayor
Elon Musk Purchases All of Austin, Dubs Himself Iron Mayor
Abbott seals the deal with new ruler

Mike Clark-Madison, April 1, 2021

Headlines / Quote of the Week
Headlines / Quote of the Week

April 1, 2021

Lege Ticker: From Voter Suppression to Salamanders
Lege Ticker: From Voter Suppression to Salamanders
GOP bills spell trouble for voting rights, Barton Springs

Lina Fisher, April 1, 2021

Public Notice: Devil’s in the Details, Part 47
Public Notice: Devil’s in the Details, Part 47
Why can’t we walk the walk on housing?

Nick Barbaro, April 1, 2021

New Council, New Thinking on Nuckols Crossing
New Council, New Thinking on Nuckols Crossing
Differences on the dais over a planned affordable senior housing property in District 2

Mike Clark-Madison, April 1, 2021

Travis County District Judge Upholds Austin’s Mask Rule
Travis County District Judge Upholds Austin’s Mask Rule
Face masks required until at least April 15; state expected to appeal

Beth Sullivan, March 26, 2021

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