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In 2000, the FDA approved the use of doctor-prescribed abortion pills for women during their first 10 weeks of pregnancy. SAN ANTONIO – Women in Texas looking for doctor-prescribed abortion pills are now being forced to a smaller window to use the drug following a bill that was passed by the state legislature. Senate Bill …

AUSTIN (KXAN) – New guidelines shared by the International Olympic Committee on transgender and intersex athletes contradict many of the arguments made by Texas lawmakers who approved a ban on student sports this year. After a three-year review with medical and human rights experts as well as athletes, the The IOC last month released a …

AUSTIN (Texas Tribune) — A federal judge on Wednesday blocked a Texas law that seeks to restrict how social media companies moderate their content and has been defended by Republicans who say the platforms are biased against conservatives. The law, signed by Governor Greg Abbott on September 9, would ban platforms with more than 50 …

The Texas Body Camera Act gives police departments the discretion to withhold body camera footage. READ MORE “Mental illness is not a crime” At least one in three people killed by Dallas-Fort Worth police since 2014 suffered from a mental health crisis. Other cities are sending trained civilians instead of the police to mental health …

VAN ZANDT COUNTY, Texas (KETK) – Authorities said a man led them in a high-speed chase from east Texas to Dallas after he allegedly stole a car at gunpoint in the Van Zandt County. Tommy McArthur Jones III was arrested on Monday. The Van Zandt County Sheriff’s Office dispatch received a call about the hijacking …

register here for the daily 74’s newsletter. Donate here to support independent journalism of the 74. When Lori Edwards told her transgender teenage daughter that Texas House Bill 25 had been adopted, the 14-year-old turned away and started flipping through her phone. “Oh, that sucks,” Emily said, and she fell silent. During the Texas regular …

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Natalia Cox, 21, was murdered in March by a man who, according to investigators, threatened her in her apartment a week earlier. AUSTIN, Texas – The parents of a 21-year-old student in Austin are fighting for change after their daughter, Natalia Cox, was murdered by a man investigators say she only met 10 days before. …

HENDERSON, Texas (KETK) – Dozens of bottles of promethazine have been taken from a man in Rusk County. These products would have been worth more than $ 32,000 if they were sold on the street. “It’s starting to increase, I don’t really understand why because it’s been around for a while,” said Kevin Bisnette, a …

Suspects who pay bail can be freed under the current system, potentially leaving victims frustrated and feeling vulnerable. SAN ANTONIO – Sydney Bosworth took to Twitter on Tuesday morning, feeling angry with the justice system. In a series of tweets, now deleted, she typed her frustration with her accused attacker, Andrew Pantaleon. In June, San …

HENDERSON, Texas (KETK) – Methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana are among the usual substances seized in a drug seizure in east Texas, but the distribution of promethazine is now on the rise in the region. A Henderson police officer recently performed a routine traffic stop and found 35 bottles of promethazine valued at nearly $ 32,000. …

TOPEKA, Kan. – The covid-19 pandemic and Texas’ virtual abortion ban have increased interest in getting abortion drugs by mail, but the legality of doing so is in doubt in several states. The case takes on new urgency with the Supreme Court due to hear arguments next month in Mississippi’s attempt to erode the Roe …

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! FIRST ON FOX: Texas law enforcement carried out an operation on Tuesday that led to the arrest of a suspected cartel-associated smuggler who was bringing seven illegal immigrants to the United States on a raft. Rafts have been crossing the border for months without any resistance or …

NEWARK, NJ – A week after a fierce gubernatorial battle, business was business as usual for Garden State Democrats who are now rallying for Gov. Phil Murphy’s second term. The reproductive freedom law – which would expand access to abortion in the state as other states pass restrictive laws – is a top priority for …

Companies with more than 100 employees will need to ensure their workers are vaccinated against COVID-19 by January 4 or get tested weekly for the virus under new rules announced by the Biden administration on Thursday that will affect around 80 million workers across the country. The White House has said “more vaccinations are needed …

Businesses with more than 100 employees will have to ensure their workers are vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 4 or get tested weekly for the virus under new rules announced Thursday by the Biden administration that will affect around 80 million workers across the country. The White House said “more vaccinations are needed to save …

Click to enlarge Photo by Graham Stokes for the Ohio Capital Journal Over 1,000 people gathered at the Statehouse for the National Women’s March focusing on reproductive rights. The planned walk to Goodale Park was changed to a tour around the city center due to the high attendance on Saturday October 2, 2021. A new …

Republican politicians criticize President Joe Biden’s administration for considering paying $ 450,000 to separated immigrant families under President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that the US Departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Health and Human Services plan to offer approximately $ 450,000 to each person separated from their …

Ohio Republicans on Wednesday introduced a bill calling for a total abortion ban in the state, going beyond the Texas “heartbeat” law currently under review by the Supreme Court. . The bill, called law 2363, which lawmakers say is the number of children lost every day to abortion in the United States, seeks to ban …

During yesterday’s pleadings at Whole woman’s health c. Jackson, a majority of Supreme Court justices appeared ready to rule against Texas and allow the SB 8 lawsuit to continue. These developments lead some commentators – including my co-blogger Stephen Sachs – to fear that the Court may come to this conclusion in a manner that …

COLUMBUS, Ohio (CINCINNATI ENQUIRER) – Republican lawmakers in Ohio want to replicate the abortion ban passed in Texas and facing a challenge in the U.S. Supreme Court. Bill 480, introduced Tuesday, would allow anyone to sue a doctor who performs an abortion or an individual who “aids or encourages” an abortion. Anyone who performs or …

The Supreme Court, whose conservative majority is seen on the verge of overturning decades-old rulings guaranteeing the right to abortion, heard its first two abortion cases for the 2021-2022 term on Monday. But the court could decide this case without ruling on the fate of abortion rights in America. At stake is the future of …

AUSTIN, Texas — A new Texas law will make it illegal for people to leave their dogs chained outside. Governor Greg Abbott signed the bill into law last week. He had vetoed an earlier version of the bill, which passed both legislative houses with bipartisan support. At the time, Abbott said “Texas is not a …

Chained dog in the yard Getty It will soon be illegal for Texas dog owners to chain their pets outdoors. Monday, Governor Greg Abbot signed the invoice – passed in the third extraordinary session of the state legislature of the year – after vetoing a previous version this summer. Under the new law, which will …

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Fw73g_CvO0 Oakland News Now – Texas’ new law targets abortion pills – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. An international group that sends abortion pills to women says demand in Texas …

October 26, 2021 1:02 PM EDT Greg Abbott signs redistribution and anti-trans bills into Texas law Texas Governor Greg Abbott started the week signing several high-profile bills. Austin, Texas – Texas Governor Greg Abbott started the week signing several high-profile bills. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott put his signature on several GOP priority bills on Monday, …

Texas Governor Greg Abbott (right) signed a bill Monday that will require public school students to play on sports teams based on their sex assigned at birth. Why is this important: Although Texas has proposed more than 40 bills targeting transgender youth, this is the first to become law, reports the 19th News. Texas now …

A new Texas law outlining exactly how social studies can be taught in public schools has introduced widespread confusion due to Republican politicians’ overbroad attempt to ban critical race theory from the classroom. The confusion reached such a level of absurdity that a Dallas-area school interpreted the new law, House Bill 3979, to mean that …

Texas law enforcement, including the North Texas Marshals Fugitive Task Force, ultimately recovered a fugitive and a sex offender who was on the Texas Most Wanted Fugitive List. Police capture two wanted fugitives Dallas police arrested Alberto Mendoza on October 13 in Dallas. He was then placed on Texas’ 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list on …

AUSTIN (KXAN) – Law enforcement officers from across central Texas, including police officers from Austin, ran alongside Special Olympics athletes to the Texas Capitol on Tuesday morning for their annual Special Olympics run Texas Torch Run. Police officers and Special Olympics athletes gathered in the Austin American-Statesman’s parking lot at 9 a.m., where they began …

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) – Alarmed and at the same time energized by a Texas law that bans most abortions, abortion rights advocates in the General Assembly are targeting what people on both sides of the contentious issue see as the last restriction on access to abortion in Illinois. What would you like to know Illinois …

The First Amendment protects us from an overambitious government that dictates what we can say and where. But last month, Texas ignored First Amendment limits in government when Gov. Greg Abbott enacted Bill 20. Presented as a conservative anti-bias law by its supporters, the unconstitutional law is anything but conservative because it allows the government …

Updated 6 p.m. ET October 15, 2021 So many states have so severely restricted access to abortion that people in large swaths of the country feel they have no options if they want to terminate a pregnancy. But technically, those who want an abortion still have options. It’s just that few have heard of it. …

COPPELL, Texas (press release) – The following is a press release from AAA Texas: Dangerous driving activities, including street racing, so-called “side shows” and street takeovers, have increased during the pandemic. AAA Texas and Street Racing Kills, a non-profit road safety education organization, are reminding those wishing to compete in auto races to do so …

Click to enlarge Twitter / @ProgressTX Advocates are speaking out this week against the latest Texas House bill to limit the participation of transgender children in school sports. The Republican-backed bill barring transgender student-athletes from joining school …

AAA Texas partners with multiple law enforcement agencies and organizations in an effort to end dangerous and deadly street racing, street takeover events, and stunts on public streets. On Thursday, the Dallas County Sheriff’s Department, the Dallas Police Department’s Street Racing Task Force and family members of those who died in street racing-related crashes will …

Although she supports the codification of Roe v. Wade, Collins does not support the Democrats’ Women’s Health Protection Act, but instead tries to craft her own bill to achieve the same goal. And while she publicly criticized the Texas law last weekend as being “extreme, inhuman and unconstitutional” and opposed the court’s decision not to …

America’s largest bank said it was barred from underwriting Texas municipal bond deals after the state passed a law banning government work with banks that restrict doing business with the industry. fire arms. Due to the legislation, JPMorgan Chase & Co. will not bid with public entities in Texas, a key market where the bank …

Women marched by the thousands on Saturday outside the Supreme Court, the Texas Capitol and cities across the United States to protest the state’s growing restrictions on abortion and to advocate for the maintenance of a constitutional right to the procedure. The 660 protests across the United States were largely sparked by a Texas law …

Women marched by the thousands on Saturday outside the Supreme Court, the Texas Capitol and cities across the United States to protest the state’s growing restrictions on abortion. (AP) Women marched by the thousands Saturday outside the Supreme Court, the Texas Capitol and cities across the United States to protest the state’s growing restrictions on …

“Let’s talk about the elephant in the womb.” The anger that had built up over the month of September finally boiled over on Saturday. It started on September 1 with Texas effectively banning abortions using a mechanism that sounds a lot like vigilante justice. Then, just a day later, the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to …

About 200 people gathered in Gibson Park on Saturday morning for a women’s march against Texas’ new abortion law. The law, known as Senate Bill 8, is the nation’s most restrictive abortion law, as it bans most abortions after around six weeks of pregnancy – before most people know. that they are pregnant. The law …

Local organizations continue their fight for women’s rights to health care as two new state laws seek to protect the life of the unborn child. Medical providers, who are already fighting Senate Bill 8 that allows citizens to sue anyone who receives or performs an abortion after six weeks, are now fighting Senate Bill 4. …

BROWNSVILLE, Texas (ValleyCentral) — Housing experts said home prices continued to soar while the median wage remained the same. Housing organizations across the state are calling on the state of Texas to donate $5 billion for more affordable housing. Former Santa Rosa coach convicted in child molestation case “We don’t see tent cities under the …

Editor’s note: This story previously twisted what the law required a plaintiff to prove in court in order to sue a company whose employee caused injury or death in a collision. This has been corrected below. AUSTIN (KXAN) – On her lunch break after her teaching job in South Austin, Christina Sauceda was on her …

It comes after another abortion law gained national attention for banning abortions in Texas after six weeks of pregnancy. TEXAS, United States – This month, a new Texas abortion law gained national attention because it banned abortions in the state after six weeks of pregnancy. Now there is another bill that has come into force …

Reply: Some states have already turned to citizens to enforce the new laws. A Missouri law that came into effect last week allows citizens to sue local law enforcement officials whose officers knowingly enforce federal gun laws. Police and Sheriff departments can face fines of up to $ 50,000 per occurrence. The law has been …

The House passed a law on Friday to guarantee access to abortion nationwide after the Supreme Court earlier this month refused to block a Texas law that bans the procedure in almost all cases. The bill passed along party lines, 218-211, with only one conservative Democrat, Representative Henry Cuellar (Texas), voting against. He is now …

LUBBOCK, Texas, September 24 (Reuters) – Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a new law on Friday that restricts access to abortion-inducing drugs, just weeks after the state implemented a ban almost total abortion procedures. The Medicines Act prohibits the mail-order sale of abortion-inducing drugs and states that state doctors are only allowed to prescribe them …

A Florida Republican introduced a bill to ban most abortions, following similar legislation that came into effect earlier this month in Texas. The bill, introduced on Wednesday by State Representative Webster Barnaby, whose district includes Orange City, Fla., Echoes controversial provisions seen in Texas that would ban abortions upon detection of heart activity, normally six …

A Florida lawmaker on Wednesday introduced a bill inspired by the new Texas law banning abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, about six weeks before many people know they are pregnant. Why is this important: Similar bills introduced in the Florida legislature have failed, but that was before the Supreme Court refused to block …

(Photo: Pxici) (Image: 4 Ways to Bypass Internet Filtering and Censorship) Big Tech companies are pursuing a lawsuit against the state of Texas that would violate state policy that focuses on social media censorship. The latest law signed by the governor concerns the Freedom from Censorship Act, which would protect Texans from social media guidelines …

A Florida lawmaker introduced a bill comparable to the controversial Texas law that essentially banned abortions and empowered private citizens to target anyone who attended. Republican State Rep. Webster Barnaby introduced the bill Wednesday, outlining the potential law (which would go into effect in July 2022) that would fine “at least $10,000 for each abortion …

By the end of the year, Texas may have even more restrictions on the possibility of having an abortion after its Republican Gov. Greg Abbott quietly enacted new restrictions banning the mail order sale of abortion drugs for seven weeks. after the onset of pregnancy. The law prevents providers from prescribing abortion medications more than …

The concept of ‘hostile workplace’ seems to be at the heart of Salesforce announces they will fund the move of any employee who finds Texas’ new law restricting abortion objectionable. Interestingly, Benioff, president of Salesforce, didn’t just apply this to female employees and that the initial version did not specify Texas but “any state”. While …

A majority of Americans disapprove of the two key parts of Texas’ law restricting access to abortion, according to a recent Monmouth University poll. The survey conducted earlier this month also found that most disagreed with a Supreme Court ruling that allowed the law, which prohibits abortions when most women realize they are pregnant. , …

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A San Antonio doctor who said he performed an abortion in defiance of new Texas law has been prosecuted, setting up a potential test of the legality of an extreme and near-total ban on the procedure. Former Arkansas and Illinois attorneys filed lawsuits Monday against Dr. Alan Braid, who became the first abortion provider in …

The fateful step of the Supreme Court in the judicialization of abortion in 1973 effectively removed it from the political process for almost half a century. The passionate sentiments of Americans on the matter were shifted from legislative disputes (where they belonged) to the makeup of the Supreme Court, resulting in the crass, overtly political, …

Greg and Sally Schmoll After Sally Schmoll was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2016, she learned that Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder was a cause of the disease known as “the silent killer.” Growing up without central air conditioning in the sweltering heat of St. Louis before moving to Indianapolis, she had used the powder …

Speeches by anti-abortion activists echoed the neighboring US Court of Appeals. “Do you think the abortion crisis has lasted 48 years too long? “Yes!” the crowd responded. Kristin Gomez was among a crowd of hundreds. “To me, the Texas Heartbeat Bill is very inspiring and more importantly, I believe in God and I believe God …

WASHINGTON — The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on Friday announced several actions to protect reproductive rights in Texas following the passage of a bill banning all abortions in the state after 6 weeks of gestation. “Every American deserves access to health care, wherever they live, including access to safe and legal abortions,” …

Local advocates demanding passage of federal abortion protections Local Planned Parenthood members and the WA State Congressional delegation support federal legislation to protect access to abortion. SEATTLE – Advocates are calling for federal abortion protections in the wake of new Texas law that bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. Washington State Representatives Suzan DelBene …

AUSTIN (Nexstar) – A new Texas law provides funding to school districts that want or already have distance learning programs if their students have met certain prior learning criteria. Governor Greg Abbott signed Senate Bill 15 comes into force Last week. In order for a school to qualify, its students applying to learn outside the …

Wednesday, September 15, 2021 Following the devastating impact of Hurricane Ida, a lingering question is whether the effects of this Gulf storm will be sufficient to excuse delay or failure to deliver. Many parties in the oil and gas, petroleum services, and energy infrastructure industries that were impacted by the storm are using Texas law …

A new Texas law that imposes new restrictions on voting could greatly hinder students at the polls and limit their ability to register to vote or organize voting activities on or off campus. Senate Bill 1 is a sweeping piece of legislation that will ban 24-hour and drive-thru voting, create new email ID warrants, and …

Sen. Kathleen Passidomo Tuesday clarified her wish for stricter abortion regulations in Florida. “Given the recent opinion of the Supreme Court of the United States, we could seek greater protections for life in Florida,” said the Republican from Naples, who is in line be president of the Senate if the Republicans retain a majority in …

Governor Kathy Hochul is asking state agencies to create a public education campaign to encourage New Yorkers to learn about state reproductive rights laws, following outcry over new law of Texas banning abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. Hochul called Longhorn State’s decision a “travesty” during a Monday press conference in Central Park, announcing that …

The fateful Supreme Court decision to legalize abortion in 1973 effectively removed it from the political process for nearly half a century. Americans’ heated feelings on the issue shifted from legislative disputes (where they belonged) to the makeup of the Supreme Court, resulting in the crass, overtly political and circus-like nominating battles that characterized almost …

DALLAS (AP) – Gov. Greg Abbott, in defending a virtual abortion ban in Texas, says women and girls who are raped will not be forced to give birth because the new law “provides at least six weeks for that a person is able to have an abortion. But that’s not how pregnancy works. Texas law …

AUSTIN — Texans may no longer need a license and the associated background check to pack their guns in public, but gun owners can still expect to be checked by law enforcement. order before entering the State Capitol. Checking people carrying firearms without a license is part of a policy quietly implemented on September 1 …

Share on PinterestProtesters demonstrate in Austin, Texas. Sergio Flores for The Washington Post via Getty Images A new Texas law that effectively bans abortion after 6 weeks has also been dubbed the “heartbeat bill.” At 6 weeks, an embryo does not have a fully formed heart. Rather, it has a group of cells (which eventually …

One of several new laws taking effect in Texas this month will change the rules for vets with disabilities regarding accessible parking spaces. Disabled veteran license plates, also known as DV plates, will no longer be enough on their own to legally park in accessible parking spaces starting Jan. 1, 2022, according to Senate Bill …

TYLER, Texas (KLTV) – The Lisa Torry Smith Law went into effect Sept. 1 to protect pedestrians who legally cross at a crosswalk. According to the Texas Department of Transportation, the law, named in memory of a woman who was killed walking her child to school, allows distracted drivers to be charged with a Class …

The road to a Texas law that bans most abortions in the state, bypassing the landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade for now, began in a town called Waskom, which has a population of 1,600. The Supreme Court’s decision last week not to interfere with the state’s strict abortion law has drawn outrage …

AUSTIN, Texas/NEW YORK, Sept 3 (Reuters) – U.S. companies including Lyft Inc, American Airlines Group Inc and Silicon Laboratories Inc expressed dissatisfaction on Friday with new Texas laws on abortion, handguns and voting restrictions, a further sign of increased efforts by some companies to signal their commitment to social responsibility. Lyft (LYFT.O) and Uber Technologies …

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be out of date. Please look at the timestamp on the story to see when it was last updated. The road to a Texas law that bans most abortions in the state, bypassing the landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade for …

NEW YORK — Ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft said Friday they would cover the legal costs of any driver sued under the new law banning most abortions in Texas. Texas law prohibits abortions once medical professionals can detect heart activity, usually about six weeks and often before women know they are pregnant. Rather than being …

Ride-sharing app Lyft will cover 100% of legal costs for drivers sued under Texas’ restrictive new abortion law SB8, which allows individuals to sue someone taking a woman for the now-illegal procedure. What do you want to know Ride-sharing app Lyft announced on Friday that it will cover 100% of legal costs for drivers sued …

NEW YORK — Ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft said Friday they would cover the legal costs of any driver sued under the new law banning most abortions in Texas. Texas law prohibits abortions once medical professionals can detect heart activity, usually about six weeks and often before women know they are pregnant. Rather than being …

NEW YORK – The chief executive of Match Group, owner of Tinder, has strongly criticized the new law banning most abortions in Texas and said it is setting up a fund to help all Texas-based employees who need to get it done abortion out of state. Rival dating app Bumble also criticized the law and …

Gov. Kristi Noem says she’s asking lawyers in her office to review the state’s abortion laws. The statement comes as the US Supreme Court upholds Texas abortion law, for now. This law prohibits abortion after 6 weeks of gestation. “I have instructed the unborn children’s advocate in my office to immediately review the new Texas …

EDINBURGH, Texas (ValleyCentral) – One of the new laws that went into effect September 1 was House Bill 2315. Thousands Seek Refunds After Sol Beach Fest Fails To Offer Concerts House Bill 2315, known as the Street Racing Bill, is described by the state legislature as the forfeiture of contraband related to the criminal offense …

The more conservative members of the Supreme Court upheld a Texas law banning abortions after about six weeks. But the court made its decision without having been informed and argued before any court. MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: The conservative majority on the Supreme Court dropped a legal bombshell into the abortion debate last night. In …

Already, the Supreme Court’s action this week has launched conversations from Tallahassee to Birmingham, Ala., to Washington, D.C., about abortion restrictions that could now be fair game under a new court and a new paradigm. provided by the Texas decision. “The pro-life movement is incredibly vibrant right now,” said John Seago, legislative director of the …

SAN ANTONIO – The latest set of new laws taking effect in Texas on Sept. 1 include one that toughens penalties for drivers who are deemed negligent in crashes involving pedestrians. Law Lisa Torry Smith (SB 1055) is named after a Missouri town mother who was taking her son to school when they were both …

Texas law banning homeless camps goes into effect House Bill 1925 makes camping in an unapproved public place a Class C misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of up to $500. AUSTIN, TX – A state law banning homeless encampments went into effect Sept. 1 in Texas. House Bill 1925 makes camping in an unapproved public …

AUSTIN, TX – A Texas law banning most abortions in the state went into effect at midnight, but the Supreme Court has yet to respond to an emergency appeal to suspend the law. If allowed to remain in effect, the law would be the most significant restriction on abortion rights in the United States since …

Starting Sept. 1, Travis County STAR Flight and other state-funded air ambulance services will no longer be required to “bill the balance.” The term refers to the practice of billing an individual for insurance and then billing the individual for any remaining costs associated with the services. “When we respond, it usually means it’s the …

New liquor lawSoon, Texans will be able to buy beer and wine before noon on Sundays, thanks to a long-awaited law this week. The bill was passed on June 18 and comes into force on Wednesday, September 1. Previously, stores were not allowed to start selling beer and wine on Sundays before noon, a longstanding …

The fight for the future of abortion care in the nation’s second-largest state veered to a chaotic climax on Tuesday, with an eleventh-hour plea over Texas’ sweeping new ban hanging in the US Supreme Court. United and abortion providers scrambling to cater to patients, many of whom may find themselves without the means to safely …

MCALLEN, Texas (ValleyCentral) — A law that will expand the use of medical marijuana in Texas will go into effect September 1. “Each condition treated with medical marijuana is dosed very differently, its users very differently,” said Dr. Sujan Gogu, family, sports, and pain physician at South Texas Health System Clinics. The expanded law under …

The state of Texas has a new law that makes it much easier for public school parents to “COVID redshirt” their children — and that doesn’t just apply to kindergarteners. Before the start of the school year, Texas passed a law that allows parents of elementary and middle-aged children to ask school officials to allow …

Many small and medium-sized business owners have complained that they need an attorney to successfully navigate the rules and regulations of the Small Business Administration’s Payroll Protection Program. Turns out, Texas attorneys have a pretty good grasp of the COVID-19 pandemic emergency funding process. New data shows that Texas law firms qualified for 14,311 PPP …

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A Texas law banning an abortion method commonly used to end second-trimester pregnancies has been upheld by a federal appeals court in New Orleans. The 2017 law in question has never been applied. It aims to ban the use of forceps to remove a fetus from the uterus without first using …

A Texas law banning an abortion method commonly used to end second-trimester pregnancies has been upheld by a federal appeals court in New Orleans. The 2017 law in question has never been applied. It aims to ban the use of forceps to remove a fetus from the uterus without first using an injected drug or …

WACO, Texas (KWTX) – Midway ISD is back in the classroom on Wednesday, and like other districts, teachers are scrambling to catch up with students after a tough year. The district is significantly expanding the tutoring it offers this year to ensure students are at grade level. While it helps, tutoring is required by Bill …

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to date with the most essential news from Texas. A new state law will soon allow most Texans to carry handguns in public without training or licensing. Governor Greg Abbott hailed the so-called “constitutional porting” legislation and other gun bills when he signed …

A leading abortion provider in Texas on Tuesday sued judges, medical licensing officials and a host of others who may be involved in enforcing a new law banning abortion for most women. of State. The lawsuit, filed in federal court by Whole Woman’s Health, seeks to prevent Senate Bill 8 from taking effect as planned …