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Full Show: Federal Workers Rally, And Term Limits For Congress And Senate (Jan. 15, 2019)

Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: Federal workers affected by the shutdown are rallying in Houston. We meet Harris County's 17 recently elected black female judges. Psychiatrists are lobbying Congress to reclassify schizophrenia as a brain disease. We learn about some renewed efforts to establish term limits for the U.S. House and Senate. And an author shares exercises for improving your problem-solving skills.

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Full Show: Border Security, And Vocalist Kristen Hertzenberg (Jan. 3, 2019)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We consider the reality of a border wall as the government shutdown continues over border security. Plus, we talk about sleep and sleep disorders, and vocalist Kristen Hertzenberg talks about growing up in Houston and previews an upcoming performance.

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Full Show: The Shutdown’s Impact On Immigration Cases, And Tying CEO Pay To Carbon Footprints (Jan. 2, 2019)

Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: We learn how the government shutdown is affecting local immigration cases. We break down the week’s biggest political stories. We discuss the concept of tying CEO pay to certain real-world outcomes. And we learn how alligator snapping turtles have thrived in the heart of Houston.

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Full Show: Permits For A Migrant Children Shelter, And Storms That Shaped Greater Houston (Aug. 1, 2018)

Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: We learn how a potential shelter for migrant children doesn't have the permits it needs to operate. Then, we discuss the latest political stories. Plus, we look back at the Galveston Hurricane of 1900. And a local director makes a prequel to one of the worst movies ever made.