In The News
By Taylor Goldstein
After a failed bond referendum and months of uncertainty, at least some of Travis County’s court space woes may soon be behind it.
ICE agrees to announce big releases
By Jason Buch
Published December 13, 2016
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has agreed to give 24-hour notice before future large releases of families that will require assistance from San Antonio aid workers, according to people who attended a meeting with the agency over the weekend.
December 8, 2013
Examiner.com: Women's, retiree groups ask voters to take sequester remedy action on Dec. 12
Washington Post: Could a child abuse registry have saved Adrian Peterson’s son?
Reuters: Pentagon recalls most civilian defense employees idled by shutdown
Washington - The Pentagon said on Saturday it would recall the vast majority of around 350,000 civilian Defense Department employees sent home during the U.S. government shutdown, a move that could greatly lessen the impact of Washington infighting on the U.S. armed forces.
Ethically Corrupt And Unashamed
Express-News Editorial Board: August 12, 2013
We know many will tell us to just grow up. And, still, the gall is something to behold.
By Associated Press, Published: June 30
Early childhood education is not just a policy for my family, it is a tradition. My wife Libby was a first grade bilingual teacher before becoming a national leader in pre-k education.
By Jeremy Gerlach