Allyson Waller | The Texas Tribune
If the bill becomes law, Texas will join at least five other states that have passed such legislation.
The law, which takes effect Sept. 1, gives new mothers six months of postpartum Medicaid coverage instead of two. That’s less than many advocates and some lawmakers wanted.
Austin Still Struggling To Find Places For Homeless People As It Begins Enforcing Public Camping BanAfter weeks of educating people about the ban that voters approved in May, police are allowed to start arresting violators this week as the city tries to find more housing.