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Abbott directed the Department of Public Safety to boost efforts to collect intelligence on cartels and investigate gangs in Texas that support drug and human smuggling.
After the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Dobbs case, thousands of future doctors now face roadblocks to getting clinical training in abortion. These new barriers could limit access not only to abortion but to all obstetric and gynecological care.
Revocar a Roe creó nuevas barreras, no solo para el aborto, sino también para la capacitación en obstetricia y ginecología
Después del fallo de la Corte Suprema en el caso Dobbs, miles de futuros médicos ahora enfrentan obstáculos para obtener capacitación clínica en aborto. Estas nuevas barreras podrían limitar el acceso no solo al aborto sino a toda la atención obstétrica y ginecológica.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis chartered two flights to send migrants recruited in San Antonio to the tony Massachusetts vacation spot, a move that drew outrage after some migrants later said they were misled into getting on the planes.
For years, the state’s Hispanic population has grown significantly faster than the white population. The new census data is the first to reflect Texas passing a milestone in its cultural and political evolution.
The agency shut down the Twitter account for its West Texas regional office, saying “unauthorized and inappropriate content” was posted on the account on Saturday.
Multiple investigations into the police response are ongoing, including one from the U.S. Department of Justice, and a probe conducted by Uvalde’s district attorney.
The Democrat also announced Thursday that he has accepted invitations to four townhall-style debates while Gov. Greg Abbott agreed to only one debate.
School board approves Angélica Ramsey’s appointment in unanimous vote.
Critics are skeptical about whether the new rules by the Railroad Commission will prevent another catastrophe like the power grid disaster in February 2021.