texas

  • GUN CONTROL ISSUE: HIGH PERFORMANCE RIFLES

    Following the three community mass shootings at the Gilroy Garlic Festival, El Paso Walmart, and Dayton Business District, there has been an intense outcry demanding that the U.S. Congress enact Gun Control Legislation. This approach runs right into the NRA’s efforts to promote gun sales as the foremost lobbyist...
  • Tías enojadas, abuelas en Texas se apresuran a ayudar a inmigrantes varados

    Phoenix, Arizona – La ira por las políticas de inmigración de Estados Unidos reunió a un grupo de mujeres en Texas que nunca antes se conocían pero que querían hacer algo por los inmigrantes varados en la frontera. Hoy, un año después, las mujeres siguen ayudando y han recibido...
  • Angry aunts, grandmas in Texas rush to aid stranded immigrants

    Phoenix, Arizona – Anger over the iron-fisted immigration policies of the United States brought together a group of women in Texas who never knew each other before but wanted to do something for the immigrants stranded at the border. Today, a year later, the women are still helping and...
  • Latino Leaders Condemn Texas Efforts to Intimidate Naturalized Voters from Participating in Elections

    National Hispanic Leadership Agenda   WASHINGTON, DC — The board of the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, a coalition of 45 of the nation’s most preeminent Latino advocacy organizations, adopted a resolution last Monday condemning attempts to deter naturalized citizens from voting in Texas.  The action was passed in response to...
  • Marchers to Demand Texas Politicians “Respect Science”

    Mark Richardson Public News Service AUSTIN, Texas – Organizers of Austin’s annual March for Science hope to send a message to state lawmakers – stop politicizing, and start respecting science. The march and rally, scheduled for Saturday, will coincide with the city’s annual Earth Day celebration. Planners expect a crowd of...
  • Evidence Grows of Link Between Fracking, Texas Earthquakes

    Mark Richardson Public News Service DALLAS – A new study is adding fuel to the debate over whether recent earthquakes in Texas are caused by oil and gas operations or natural geologic events.  The study by Southern Methodist University and the U.S. Geological Survey points to evidence that injecting wastewater into...

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