Articles tagged: charles perry
About a quarter of Texas counties have two or fewer primary care doctors and pharmacists. What happens if they refuse service?
Matthew Glass said the first red flag was when the pharmacist called across the room, loud enough for other customers to hear, “What’s the Truvada for?” T...Read More
Out lesbian lawmaker says SB 651 is another sign 2017 session could be 'most divisive ever.'
Out lesbian lawmaker says SB 651 is another sign 2017 session could be 'most divisive ever.'...Read More
It says "‘When the police stop you, and they will, this is how we want you to act, even though we know you’re still going to get killed,'" said an activist....Read More
Long before Jeff Sessions used Romans 13 to justify stripping children from their parents, it was already the go-to verse for Texas pols seeking to defend all sorts of questionable policies.
When Texas politicians hitch their political wagon to the Bible, they may be in for a very bumpy ride. Of course, that prospect never seems to stop them. ...Read More
On Wednesday, a panel of Texas senators spent almost five hours denouncing abortion, grilling state health officials on an issue they don’t have authority ove...Read More
Opponents raised concerns that the bill may violate a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that the bypass process must be confidential and expeditious, and endangers alre...Read More
Alabama Justice Roy Moore joined Attorney General Ken Paxton, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and dozens of other elected officials to make a biblical case against same-se...Read More
Update: Senate Bill 185 has been rescheduled for Monday, March 16 at 8 a.m. Original: The Senate Border Security Subcommittee adjourned after just six minutes...Read More
What will Dan Patrick and his newly institutionalized tea party revolutionaries do during the 84th Texas legislative session?
The new lieutenant governor and his tea party revolutionaries have an ambitious agenda that could overhaul the state's school systems, tax policies and immigrat...Read More