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Hundreds of Texas Workers Join National Day of Action for $15 Minimum Wage

by | Wed, Aug 10, 2016 at 15:33 CST
More than 2.6 million Americans and 287,000 Texans are paid at or below the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Court Blocks Class Action Suit Against Payday Lender

An appeals court derailed a class action lawsuit aimed at keeping payday lenders from using the criminal justice system to file charges against debtors.

An appeals court in San Antonio derailed a class action lawsuit aimed at keeping payday lenders from using the criminal justice system to file charges against d...Read More

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Powering Down

The owner of Texas’ biggest fleet of coal-fired power plants is trying to wiggle out of paying its property taxes.

The owner of Texas’ biggest fleet of coal-fired power plants is trying to wiggle out of paying its property taxes....Read More

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The Texas Miracle #7: The Sound of Secession

From the Texas GOP convention, we go to the floor for a debate over secession and seek answers to that mind-melding question: Why would anyone support Donald Trump?

From the Texas GOP convention, we go to the floor for a debate over secession, and seek answers to the question: Why would Texas Republicans support Trump?...Read More

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