Election 2020

Texas Sues Harris County To Stop It From Sending All Voters Applications For Mail-In Ballots

Posted on · The Texas secretary of state had threatened the legal action last week, but Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins indicated he would not drop his effort to send out absentee ballot applications to more than 2 million registered voters.

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Wednesday’s Houston Matters: Homeschooling In A Pandemic, The Week In Politics, And Making Houston Prettier (Aug. 12, 2020)

Posted on · On Wednesday's show: The benefits of home schooling during a global pandemic, our weekly political roundup, efforts to make Houston prettier, and an ambitious music project nears completion.

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Tuesday’s Houston Matters: A Teacher’s Concerns About Returning To School, And City Council Member Tiffany Thomas (Aug. 11, 2020)

Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: A Cy-Fair ISD teacher's concerns about returning to school, City Council Member Tiffany Thomas answers questions, and a local service highlights products from black-owned businesses.

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Wednesday’s Houston Matters: The Political Battle Over Back-To-School Plans, And Houston Restaurant Weeks (Aug. 5, 2020)

Posted on · On Wednesday's show: What BP's plan to cut production means for Houston, an update on transportation news, our weekly political roundup, an overview of Houston Restaurant Weeks, and ways people can help others in need during these challenging times.

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Wednesday’s Houston Matters: The Battle Over Back-To-School Plans, And Video Games Filling The Social Void (July 29, 2020)

Posted on · On Wednesday's show: The back-and-forth over back-to-school plans, our weekly political roundup, how video games are filling the void of social interaction these days, and tracking down all the players from a pack of baseball cards from the 1980s.