Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) which is a vital tool in decarbonizing numerous industrial activities from generating power to manufacturing cement in the fight to combat climate change.
Texas Legislative Round-Up: Week 15
Welcome to the Texas Legislative Round-up! We are here to break down the latest news from the Texas Legislative session in Austin. Every week, we’ll give you the honest take on the news that impacts you – without pretending it doesn’t. Week in Review There’s been...
Biden’s Latest Commitment To Environmental Justice
Today President Biden is signing an Executive Order aimed at strengthening environmental justice. The Executive Order, which is titled “Revitalizing Our Nation’s Commitment to Environmental Justice For All,” is the latest initiative from the White House that...
Texas Legislative Round-Up: Week Fourteen
As deadlines near, most bills introduced will die a simple death by the clock instead of a dramatic one by a vote. In this final stretch, much of the action will happen around the House Calendars Committee (the last stop for a bill before it hits the House floor) and a House floor vote
Biden Expanding Health Coverage to DACA Recipients
If President Biden’s rule is finalized, this will make DACA recipients eligible for these programs for the first time.
Texas Legislative Round-Up: Week Thirteen
Legislative session in Austin. Every week, we’ll give you the honest take on the news that impacts you – without pretending it doesn’t.
Dumb and Dumberer: Texas Republicans’ Plan for Public Education
For decades, Texas Republicans have been hoping you won’t notice how much public education is underfunded. Now that the far right is in the driver’s seat, we can clearly see it was a failure by design.
Texas Legislative Round-Up: Week Twelve
This week also saw attacks on LGBTQ Texans, voting rights, and reproductive rights by Texas Republicans. We are in uncharted territory with the number of bad bills moving at this point in the session, and April will likely see this historic uptick continue.
The grooming problem started years ago for Texas Republicans
The former chair of the largest county Republican Party in Texas and noted anti-LGBTQ activist knew his business partner was accused of sexually abusing a child, but continued to “pay” his business partner — with young male assistants instead of a salary.
It’s The Guns
Once again, our nation came together to mourn another tragic and senseless shooting at a school that left three children and three adults dead. The shooting occurred in Nashville at the Covenant School. The tragedy then gave way to a predictable cycle: shock, outrage,...