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In late May, I called for an inquiry to determine whether President Donald Trump had committed impeachable offenses after he reacted to the Mueller report with a Mafia-style defense. He insisted that, while President, he could neither be investigated nor prosecuted, that he is empowered to ignore Congress, and declared that the Constitution allows him to do “whatever” he wants. Trump seems intent on breaking the law most days; on others, he breaks and divides America with hate speech.
Rep. Doggett's digital town hall with Rep. Pramila Jayapal, Rep. Mark Pocan, and Rep. Katie Porter on lowering the cost of prescription drugs.
On MSNBC with Hallie Jackson, I noted that, like Al Capone may have thought before heading to jail for tax evasion, Trump claimed that law enforcement examination of his tax returns would cause him “irreparable harm.” Recently, federal court soundly rejected Trump’s claim to be above the law.
Discussed immigration on CNN. President Trump really doesn't want a solution; he wants a permanent fight. Chaos is not an accident in his Administration; it's an operating principle.
Some 300 more tiny houses are coming in an expansion of the Community First Village for people emerging from homelessness in Central Texas, with a half dozen of those “micro homes” to be produced using 3D-printing technology. Austin-based construction technology firm Icon will print six homes, each about 500 square feet in size, for the Community First Village on Hog Eye Road, which is off Decker Lane in Northeast Austin.
How moving to see hundreds of neighbors and key community leaders at Main Plaza Sunday evening, sharing sorrow and expressing sympathies to the many suffering from tragedy. We can barely comprehend the unbearable grief of the families of those who will never come home from their shopping trip or night out. We mourn those whose lives have been cruelly taken. But it cannot end there.
November 8, 2019
AUSTIN, Texas - Being a musician was something Lesly Reynaga always wanted to do. “I got engaged in the community through high school opportunities to play in a mariachi ensemble. Then eventually was a student here at UT Austin and joined the mariachi ensemble there,” she said.