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Houston Matters Weekend for Saturday, September 3, 2016

Posted on · Everybody knows in Texas, you can’t be the team with the losing record. But that’s not the case with our state government’s record suing the federal government — mostly for things like overreach. So why do we have such a contentious relationships with the feds? And are taxpayers getting anything out of these big lawsuits? Dr. Jon […]

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Planet Daughter — Helping Dads and Teenage Daughters Connect Via Tech

Posted on · Houstonian Kimberly Wolf knows dads of teenage daughters have their work cut out for them. That’s why she started Girlmentum Media. Between dating, curfews and clothing, any number of things can spark conflict, and Wolf found desperate dads were asking for advice. So she used her background in health and technology to create her own […]

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Electric Bills and Climate Change: Thursday’s Show (August 4, 2016)

Posted on · Starting next month (Sept. 1, 2016), CenterPoint Energy customers will begin seeing a change on their bill. The energy company recently raised the price it charges for transporting electricity from the provider to customers’ homes by about 65 cents per month. As Houston Public Media reported back in May, CenterPoint wanted to charge more — about […]