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Tuesday’s Show: DACA At The Supreme Court, And Author Elizabeth Gilbert (Nov. 12, 2019)

On Tuesday’s Houston Matters: The union representing Houston teachers takes issue with plans for a state takeover of HISD, the Supreme Court hears arguments on three cases related to DACA, a local ornithologist answers your bird-related questions, and writer Elizabeth Gilbert talks about her new novel.

On Tuesday’s Houston Matters: The Houston Federation of Teachers is taking issue with plans for a state takeover the HISD board. We learn why:

Also this hour: The Supreme Court hears arguments today on three cases related to DACA to determine if Pres. Trump ending the program is unconstitutional. While a decision isn’t expected until next year, Rice University’s Tony Payan walks us through what specifically will be discussed and how these outcomes could affect DACA recipients in Texas:

Then, local ornithologist Dr. Richard Gibbons from Houston Audubon answers your bird-related questions:

And Elizabeth Gilbert, author of the wildly successful Eat Pray Love, talks about her latest novel, City of Girls


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