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Tuesday’s Houston Matters: Reforming The Police Oversight Board, Immigrant Children’s Mental Health (Sep. 1, 2020)

On Tuesday’s show: City council members negotiate for reforms to the Police Oversight Board, Mayor Pro Tem Dave Martin answers questions, the mental health of immigrant students, and handwritten letters make a comeback.



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On Tuesday’s Houston Matters: Houston City Council members call for a "complete overhaul" of the Independent Police Oversight Board.

Also this hour: Mayor Pro Tem David Martin answers your questions about issues facing Houston.

Then, the mental health impact the U.S immigration process has on young students.

And handwritten letters make a comeback in a post-email world.

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