Border And Immigration Update: What's Next For DACA, Abbott's Executive Order On Transporting Migrants...And More
From what’s next for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, to Abbott's latest executive order, to young people who have aged out of their parent’s work visa protections, here’s a roundup of some of the top border and immigration stories of the week from public radio reporters across Texas.
The decision comes just a week after news surfaced that the two schools planned to leave the Big 12, sending shockwaves through college sports and many Texas lawmakers who feel the expansion will have drastic consequences on the remaining Texas schools in the Big 12.
People such as Tonya Galvan and Hervis Rogers, a man accused of voting illegally, would likely be forced to stay behind bars much longer if this Republican bill becomes law.
As coronavirus cases rise, educators are asking Gov. Greg Abbott to reconsider his executive order on mask mandates
American Airlines employees are speaking up about not getting adequate lodging in between flights. Pilots and flight attendant unions have taken their concerns public.
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KERA's Elizabeth Myong discovered state standards, teaching approaches, textbooks and politics all contribute to the erasure of Asian American experiences from history classes.
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