Four years after Texas passed one of the strictest voter ID laws in the nation, lawmakers will debate another measure on Thursday that could make it even more difficult for Texans to vote.
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Very, very few Texans have gotten election identification certificates (EIC), the new state-issued form of photo ID for those who don’t have it—340 Texans, to be precise.
A new federal lawsuit filed on Election Day challenges Texas’ voter ID law on behalf of poor, rural South Texas residents prevented from voting this year.
Staff writer Patrick Michels discusses his story from the November issue about superintendents promising to save struggling school districts.
Despite the high turnout during this year’s early voting, the problems with the voter ID law are the same ones they’ve always been.
No sooner had the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a key section of the Voting Rights Act this summer than Texas Attorney General Greg […]
While the days of overt discrimination may be mostly behind us, institutional racism still exists. Hispanic and black Texans understand this better than most.