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Houston attorney: ‘Your job should not be contingent on your willingness to be a human guinea pig’
If Texas Gov. Greg Abbott banned vaccine passports in his state, as he says he has, why are 178 employees at Houston Methodist Hospital poised to lose their jobs for not getting the coronavirus jab?

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IRS Denies Tax Exemption to Texas Religious Group Because Prayer, Bible Reading Boost the Republican Party
An IRS official denied tax-exempt status to a Texas group that encourages church members to pray for state and national leaders, regardless of their party affiliation, because it benefits “the private interests of the [Republican] Party.”

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Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick waffles over whether he still supports the stronger gun background checks
In September 2019, he said he was "willing to take an arrow" and go against the National Rifle Association by pushing for Texas to extend background checks to gun sales between strangers. On Thursday, he sat next to NRA leader Wayne LaPierre as an expansion of gun rights became law.

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Rivals Challenge Abbott on Employer Vaccination Mandate
Allen West, Don Huffines, and Chad Prather address Houston Methodist Hospital employees’ fight.

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Texas from the Truck: Your Rights!
It’s time we get back to the basics and THEN we will see problems solved.

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After Legislature Leaves, Abbott Announces Plan for Texas Border Wall
Despite not making it a priority during the legislative session, Abbott says that increasing numbers of illegal immigration necessitated the approach now.

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DeSantis Pledges Border Help for Texas, Arizona
Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Wednesday that Florida will send law enforcement to secure the southern border.

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Gov. Abbott Asked to Ban Employer Vaccination Mandates
“Governor Abbott needs to exercise some leadership and make this issue a priority during the special session.”

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Austin tech company makes software to detect concealed guns
Athena Security’s thermal detection system was originally created to prevent mass shootings in schools.

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Yes Texas, the Dead do Vote in Houston
What do Houston area voters Kathleen Hooey, Gloria Chambers, Jessie Burks, and Tommie Bookman all have in common? They all applied for mail in ballots in 2020; they all voted in the Democrat primaries and the General election last November; and they were all dead long before they applied. So, it appears that there is some truth to this satire video after all. 

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DeSantis Staunchly Opposes Critical Race Theory In Schools. Opponent Rants He’s Seeking A ‘Race War’
On Monday, Democrat Florida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried, a leading contender to challenge GOP governor Ron DeSantis in 2022, claimed in a radio interview that DeSantis was seeking a “race war and a cultural war” because he has staunchly opposed the teaching of Critical Race Theory in public schools.

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Texas from the Truck: Texas Energy Solutions
Texans are growing increasingly frustrated with the failures of ERCOT and the Texas power grid. What are the solution?

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Deadline Looms for Abbott to Consider Bills
Sunday, June 20th marks the last day the Governor can consider bills passed in the 87th Legislative Session.

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Judge dismisses staff lawsuit over Houston Methodist vaccine mandate
A federal judge in Texas has dismissed a lawsuit from more than 100 employees of the Houston Methodist hospital system over its COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

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Texas reporter goes rogue during live shot, says station is ‘muzzling’ her. The video has been viewed more than 2 million times.
A Fox affiliate reporter went off-script during a Monday report on the Texas heat wave, stating that the "Fox Corp." was "muzzling" her and preventing its viewers from receiving "certain information."

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