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City Council to Continue Considering Scooters in August
City Council to Continue Considering Scooters in August
With basic rules in place, regulatory framework remains undecided

Austin Sanders, May 30, 2019

Budget Wins at the Capitol
Budget Wins at the Capitol
Texas Lege finally funds public education

Michael King, May 30, 2019

Slow Gains for the Environment at the Capitol
Slow Gains for the Environment at the Capitol
Lawmakers won't look forward, but will repair the damage done

Michael King, May 30, 2019

Rare Wins for Workers' Rights at the Texas Lege
Rare Wins for Workers' Rights at the Texas Lege
Cities win against local preemption bills

Mary Tuma, May 30, 2019

Lawmakers Agree to Improve School Funding
Full-day pre-K, financial assistance, and more to support the state's public schools

Austin Sanders, May 30, 2019

Travis County D.A. Kicks Off Reelection Bid
Travis County D.A. Kicks Off Reelection Bid
Margaret Moore says Travis County can be both "safe and progressive"

Michael King, May 30, 2019

Mayor Adler on How the 86th Legislature Will Affect Austin
Adler on the Lege
“Something’s going to have to give. It’s real.”

Michael King, May 29, 2019

Sine Die at the 86th Texas Legislature
Sine Die at the 86th Texas Legislature
Photos by Jana Birchum, and John Anderson

Photos, May 28, 2019

Voter Purge Leader David Whitley Resigns
David Whitley Resigns
Embattled SoS calls it quits after discriminatory voter purge

Mary Tuma, May 27, 2019

District Attorney Margaret Moore Announces Re-Election Campaign
Moore for D.A.
Speakeasy kickoff marks beginning of 2020 primary

Michael King, May 24, 2019

Council Gives Green Light to Convention Center, Scooter Riders
Council Gives Green Light to Convention Center, Scooter Riders
May 23 meeting tackles "Downtown puzzle," "micro-mobility"

Austin Sanders, May 24, 2019

Texas on the Brink of Enjoying Beer Like Every Other State in America
Texas on the Brink of Enjoying Beer Like Every Other State in America
Beer-to-Go passes Texas Senate as TABC Sunset Bill amendment

Eric Puga, May 23, 2019

Public Notice: Turtles, Two-Steps, and Active
Public Notice: Turtles, Two-Steps, and Active "Shooters"

Nick Barbaro, May 23, 2019

Project Connect's Blue Line to Connect Austin Airport to Downtown
Project Connect's Blue Line to Connect Austin Airport to Downtown
The next step in Cap Metro's high-capacity transit plan

Sarah Marloff, May 23, 2019

St. David's Named Austin FC's First Corporate Sponsor
St. David's Named Austin FC's First Corporate Sponsor
Also zoning change for McKalla Place moves forward

Austin Sanders, May 23, 2019

Civics 101

May 23, 2019

Headlines
Headlines

May 23, 2019

Chick-fil-A, Saved by the Legislature
Chick-fil-A, Saved by the Legislature
Religious exemption bill heads to governor's desk despite testimony from LGBTQ Caucus

Sarah Marloff, May 23, 2019

In Search of Greater Justice With a Travis County Public Defender’s Office
In Search of Greater Justice With a Travis County Public Defender’s Office
Taking steps toward a much improved, more equitable local criminal justice system

Michael King, May 23, 2019

Point Austin: On the Road to Sine Die
Point Austin: On the Road to Sine Die
Almost adjourned, the Legislature's toll is still incomplete

Michael King, May 23, 2019

Women's Health Care Left Unsaved at Lege
Women's Health Care Left Unsaved at Lege
Bill targeting local Planned Parenthood moves toward adoption

Mary Tuma, May 23, 2019

Quote of the Week
Quote of the Week

May 23, 2019

Legislature Restores Public's Right to Know
Legislature Restores Public's Right to Know
Bipartisan public records bill likely to become law

Michael King, May 23, 2019

City Council: Activists Push for Austin Public Library Policy Change
City Council: Activists Push for Austin Public Library Policy Change
While the dais considers Convention Center expansion, scooters

Austin Sanders, May 23, 2019

AISD Previews New Sex Ed Lessons
AISD Previews New Sex Ed Lessons
Updated curriculum addresses sexual orientation, gender identity, and consent

Austin Sanders, May 23, 2019

AISD Told to Pay More, Make Cuts Hurt Less
AISD Told to Pay More, Make Cuts Hurt Less
School change process hopes to better support all students

Austin Sanders, May 23, 2019

Bad Bills Bite the Dust at the Legislature
Bad Bills Bite the Dust at the Legislature
Anti-voter, anti-worker, anti-woman, pro-slave-owner bills dead – for now

Mary Tuma, May 23, 2019

Austin City Council Prepped to Tackle Palm District, Micro-Mobility, and More
Austin City Council Prepped to Tackle Palm District, Micro-Mobility, and More
A preview of the May 23 Council meeting

Mike Clark-Madison, May 22, 2019

Stop the Abortion Bans Rally at the Texas State Capitol
Stop the Abortion Bans Rally at the Texas State Capitol
Photos by John Anderson

Photos, May 21, 2019

Rep. Ilhan Omar Tells Austin Dems to Keep Fighting
Rep. Ilhan Omar Tells Austin Dems to Keep Fighting
“We’re going to defeat the xenophobics, the homophobics, the racists”

Austin Sanders, May 19, 2019

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