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On Veterans Day: Remembering the cost of live and health to our servicemen and women

Posted on · Medical experts share what challenges and triumphs the veteran health care system has recently faced and a Korean War veteran reflects on his work, the Mural Wall at the Korean War Vets Memorial in D.C.

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Experts Agree Texas Voting Systems Needs To Be Reformed But Disagree How

Posted on · An expert from Rice University's Baker Institute explains how the Republican-led opposition to voting expansion rights may hurt them more at the ballot box than it may hurt Democrats.

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Energy Policy Could Be Opportunity For Bipartisan Action, According to Baker Institute Report

Posted on · Criticism and support for the President's actions on climate change largely fall along party lines, a policy brief from Rice University’s Baker Institute says energy and climate are potential areas for bipartisan action. 

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Highway Fonts and Convict Leasing: Wednesday’s Show (March 23, 2016)

Posted on · Highway signs are carefully regulated. They have to be a certain height and color. Most importantly, of course, they have to be as legible as possible, and that’s why there are standard rules for lettering. Back in 2004, Texas and some other states opted to use a new, independently designed font called Clearview instead of […]