What a difference an election makes. Two years ago, Governor Rick Perry made the ban on sanctuary cities a legislative priority, and state Rep. […]
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In 2000, my mother, three siblings, and I started a journey that brought us to the United States, where my father waited for us.
Last week the Senate Finance Committee approved the state budget, which the Senate is expected to take up on Wednesday.
A group of conservative religious and business leaders, pushing a set of immigration goals they call the Texas Compact, want to ensure Texas has a role in new immigration laws by lobbying Texas’ federal legislators to get behind reform.
Six years ago, Navid Berenji came to the United States seeking religious freedom, something he didn’t have in Iran. Berenji and his family are […]