Roe v. Wade, the 1973 landmark Supreme Court ruling that recognized a woman’s right to abortion was overturned by the Supreme Court on Friday. The 5-4 vote to overturn Roe v. Wade has political consultants rethinking the strategies for their candidates in the November elections. Chief Justice John Roberts concurred only with the Mississippi case…
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ProPublica: This Land Was Promised for Housing. Instead It’s Going to a Pro Soccer Team Owned by a Billionaire.
by Mick Dumke, ProPublica; Video by Nick Blumberg, WTTW/Chicago PBS ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in…Keep reading
Texas Tribune: Waiting for keys, unable to break down doors: Uvalde schools police chief defends delay in confronting gunman
By James Barragán and Zach Despart, The Texas Tribune Only a locked classroom door stood between Pete Arredondo and a chance to bring down the gunman. It was sturdily built with…Keep reading
Over the last 20 plus years we have been developing and incubating an open and inclusive news source publication focused on important public policy issues and Hispanic-centric cultural content that does…Keep reading
The El Paso Democrats “Party Town” And The Good Government League’s Attacks On El Paso Hispanic Voters
In 1907, El Paso was the only Texas city that was considered a “party town.” A “party town” was a city dominated by one political party. In the 1900’s, El Paso…Keep reading
The final unofficial results are in for yesterday’s primary runoff election. There were no surprises in the outcome with one incumbent losing their seat and another keeping their seat in the…Keep reading
Based on the early voting returns, El Paso Politics is ready to make election predictions in today’s runoff elections. For County Commissioner, Precinct 2, El Paso Politics predicts David Stout the…Keep reading
Breaking News – City council does not override Oscar Leeser’s veto and instead deleted the item. City council will bring an item in a future meeting to reconsider extending Gonzalez’ contract…Keep reading
The controversy over the extension of Tommy Gonzalez’ contract and pay raise remains ongoing. City council is scheduled to vote on Monday to override Oscar Leeser’s veto of Gonzalez’ contract. On…Keep reading
There is considerable debate today about city manager Tommy Gonzalez, the city’s current city manager form of government and how the city moved away from a strong-mayor form of government, not…Keep reading