Posted on · On Wednesday's show: The Texas Supreme Court heard oral arguments yesterday about whether the state’s abortion law harms women who face complications during pregnancy. We take a closer look at the legal questions at play. And we discuss the latest developments in politics in our weekly roundup.
Posted on · Twenty women are challenging the state’s abortion laws, saying they were unable to get the health care they needed for their medically complex pregnancies.
Posted on · On Friday's show: The lead plaintiff in a lawsuit filed on behalf of women denied abortions despite their health being in jeopardy shares her story and talks about the often-emotional testimony in the case this week.
Posted on · The state's abortion bans make no exceptions for fatal fetal anomalies. Two women had devastating pregnancy diagnoses — one could leave the state for an abortion, and the other could not.
Posted on · The Supreme Court has left the case in the hands of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, which has scheduled oral arguments in the case for May 17.
Posted on · Use of the long-approved abortion pill hangs in the balance as the 5th Circuit takes it up.
Posted on · Co-hosts Brandon Rottinghaus and Jeronimo Cortina delve into the latest news in national and local politics.
Posted on · As Houston Matters prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary, we discuss how Houston’s population and its attitudes have changed in the past decade.
Posted on · Experts weigh in on recent lawsuits, state laws, and the future of abortion pills.
Posted on · Three Texas women are being sued for wrongful death for allegedly helping a friend obtain an abortion.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Houston-area restaurants want to keep expanded outdoor seating established early during the COVID-19 pandemic. Houston City Council is considering it. We learn more and discuss the state of area restaurants.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: We assess the damage in Pasadena and Deer Park after a tornado touched down Tuesday afternoon, tearing roofs off homes, damaging buildings, flipping vehicles, and downing power lines.
Posted on · How can you tell if that plant in your yard survived the recent freeze? And, if so, how can you bring it back from the brink?
Posted on · Both sides weigh in on the issues that will turn up the heat in the November election. Plus, how to register to vote and details on early voting.
Posted on · During a stop in Houston, O'Rourke slammed Gov. Greg Abbott for creating "chaos" within the state and urged Texans to participate in the upcoming November election.