Payday loan companies have a new debt-collection tool: Texas courts and prosecutors.
Monthly Archives: July 2013
I returned to Pecos in February 2011 to see what had changed.
Most of the state is probably more familiar with him as a gleeful foil to the Obama administration, so Abbott spent most of his first official campaign appearance Sunday on a personal note.
Since the 2012 presidential election, much has been said about America’s shifting demographic makeup and its deeper political and cultural meanings. Texas has seen some of the most dramatic of these shifts, so it’s only fitting a Texas museum would …
Sen. Wendy Davis talks with the Observer about the state of women’s health in Texas.
The craziest, stupidest and funniest stuff people have said, tweeted or—in the case of the sign guy—held… so far in the abortion fight.
Seventeen days after Wendy Davis’ dramatic 11-hour filibuster, Texas Republicans finally got their anti-abortion bill on Friday.
Sen. Wendy Davis talks about the abortion bill’s potential impacts and the state of women’s health in Texas in this Q&A.
“Forrest Bess: Seeing Things Invisible,” contains simple paintings primed for new fans, but the portrait of their maker makes the paintings difficult to see.
Here in no particular order are the top 10 things I will miss about having Rick Perry as my governor.