Posted on · Party Politics co-host Jeronimo Cortina and his fellow UH analyst Nancy Sims weigh in on local, state, and national politics.
Posted on · Analysts discuss those and other developments in this week's political roundup.
Posted on · Gov. Greg Abbott wants private school vouchers passed and tells opponents they'll face primary challenges for their seats if they don't give him what he wants.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: Fifty years ago today, tennis star Billy Jean King struck a blow for women’s equality in sports, defeating her male counterpart, Bobby Riggs, in a televised match at the Astrodome seen by millions.
Posted on · We discuss developments in politics with the University of Houston's Elizabeth Simas and Jeronimo Cortina.
Posted on · Houston Matters reviews recent developments in local, state, and national politics.
Posted on · Political analysts Jeronimo Cortina and Mark Jones discuss the politics behind the state/local conflict.
Posted on · University of Houston Associate Professors of Political Science Jeronimo Cortina and Elizabeth Simas offer context and clarity about developments in local, state, and national politics.
Posted on · HB 2127 bars cities and counties from passing local ordinances that exceed state law in several areas.
Posted on · As Houston Matters prepares to celebrate its tenth anniversary, we explore political transformation in Houston and the nation since the show launched.
Posted on · Party Politics co-host Jeronimo Cortina and Rice University's Mark Jones weigh in on the latest developments in the world of politics.
Posted on · From what TEA may do with HISD, to speeches at CPAC and CERAWeek, we discuss – and try to keep the acronyms to a minimum – during this week’s political roundup.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: A new agreement is in place that will allow the rebuild and expansion of I-45 to move forward, nearly two years after it was paused following concerns from numerous stakeholders. We learn what the agreement entails.
Posted on · We discuss the findings of the House Select Committee’s report on the insurrection of the Capitol and other current events in U.S. politics.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: Some recent numbers suggest Houston's GDP grew slower than the rest of the nation last year. Is that true -- and is it the fault of oil and gas?