Staff writer Patrick Michels discusses his story from the November issue about superintendents promising to save struggling school districts.
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In the wake of the Fifth Circuit’s ruling on Texas’ anti-abortion bill, volunteer abortion fund providers are scrambling to help their clients.
The fate of one-third of Texas abortion clinics now sits in the hands of Antonin Scalia.
Observer associate editor Forrest Wilder tells us everything we’d possibly want to know about Prop 6, which some claim is a solution to Texas’ water woes.
Today in federal court, a coalition of reproductive rights organizations filed a legal challenge to House Bill 2, the controversial anti-abortion bill passed by the Texas Legislature this summer.
The Texas Observer and the Feminist Policy Alliance hosted a panel discussion on women’s health in Texas.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has released documents related to its security concerns around the State Capitol on the last night of the abortion bill debate.
Unaffiliated with major organizations such as Planned Parenthood, Jessica Luther stepped up as a leader of the “unruly mob” in Texas’ abortion fight.
Lost in the dramatic events of Friday’s showdown over the anti-abortion bill was a remarkable speech by Sen. Dan Patrick, a full-throated declaration of God’s wishes for the Texas Legislature.
Sen. Wendy Davis talks with the Observer about the state of women’s health in Texas.