On Monday’s Houston Matters: A Texas firefighters union is urging the City of Baytown to drop its lawsuit against a firefighter who's battling cancer. It's a legal dispute over coverage for medical treatment. Then, some homeowners impacted by Harvey are dropping out of a buyout program. News 88.7's Travis Bubenik will tell you why.
Also this hour: As lawmakers in Washington, D.C. debate how to move forward with immigration policies, we take a look at how immigrants impact Houston’s economy.
Plus: Another installment of Houston Public Media's ‘Stories from the Storm’, featuring community leaders and everyday Houstonians reflecting on how Harvey changed their lives and the community around them. Today, the managing directors of the Alley Theatre and Houston Grand Opera talk about going downtown after the storm and discovering the damage to Houston's Theatre District as well as the difficult road to recovery that had proud moments of resilience along the way.
Then, Writer Jeff Balke join Houston Matters for the latest on the developments in Houston Sports.
Watch An Excerpt from Houston Public Media's Stories From The Storm Episode 4: managing directors of the Alley Theatre and Houston Grand Opera talk
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