Observer Radio Episode 60: Texas Lurches Even Further to the Right

Patrick Michels

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In this episode of Observer Radio, associate editor Forrest Wilder and politics writer Chris Hooks take a look at the results of Tuesday’s primary runoffs and what they mean for the future of Texas politics.

Staff writer Emily DePrang and freelance writer Beth Cortez-Neavel discuss Texas’ broken foster care system and how privatization reforms might actually make things worse. Foster care privatization expert Katherine Barillas joins us for this discussion.

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