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Friday’s Houston Matters: Court Ruling On Mail-In Voting, And Preparing For Hurricane Season In A Pandemic (May 29, 2020)

On Friday’s Houston Matters: A Texas Supreme Court ruling on mail-in voting amid COVID-19, preparing for hurricane season amid a pandemic, and The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week’s news.

On Friday’s show: The Texas Supreme Court has ruled voters can’t apply for mail-in ballots just because they’re not immune to COVID-19. With a July runoff about six weeks away, we find out what’s next in the saga over mail-in balloting.

Plus the local restaurant scene loses an influential figure, Cleverley Stone. And the popular local restaurant chain Bernie’s Burger Bus falls victim to the economic downturn.

Also this hour: We discuss preparations for another hurricane season and how things might be different amid a pandemic.

MORE: NOAA’s Hurricane Guide

And, from an accidental campaign announcement to an unusual Airbnb listing, we break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week’s news.

 

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