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Full Show: Chevron Buying Anadarko, And Understanding The Texas Constitution (April 12, 2019)

Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: Chevron plans to buy Anadarko Petroleum, we get better acquainted with the Texas Constitution, we break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news, and former soccer star Abby Wambach discusses her new book.

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Full Show: Raising Sales Taxes, And Arkema Indictments (April 11, 2019)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: The case for raising the state sales tax, criminal charges against Arkema, what Galveston would look like if there was never a 1900 storm, improving walking and biking, and comedian Cheech Marin.

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Full Show: Trump Visits Houston, And Insurers Opening Health Clinics (April 10, 2019)

Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: President Trump visits Crosby. Health insurance companies partner with health care providers to open clinics. Our weekly political roundup. Activist David Dow discusses his first novel. And Bruce Lumpkin returns to Houston to direct a revival of the Broadway show, Nine.

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Full Show: The Role Of Texas In Wind Energy, And Former NFL Player Martellus Bennett (April 9, 2019)

Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: The role of Texas in the wind industry, reflections on working with Elie Wiesel, former NFL player Martellus Bennett's storytelling initiatives, and the effect of Project Row Houses on the Third Ward.

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Full Show: Preventing Youth Violence, And NPR’s Joshua Johnson (April 8, 2019)

Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: A plan to curb youth violence, bike-sharing expands, Joshua Johnson of NPR's 1A, the effect of fracking on ranchers, and Houston sports.

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Full Show: School Finance Bill Moves Forward, And St. Luke’s Drops Heart Transplant Funding Appeal (April 4, 2019)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: A school finance bill moves forward in Austin, Baylor St. Luke’s drops it appeal of decision to suspend federal funding for its heart transplant program, a new social media site protects users' data, and the annual CounterCurrent festival focuses on inclusiveness.