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Activists Stoke Corporate Backlash To Voting Restrictions

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Advocates Urge Big Texas Companies To Speak Out Against GOP Voting Bills

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Cars enter and leave a drive-thru voting site in Houston on Election Day in 2020. Texas Republican lawmakers are looking to ban the practice. David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

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Texas Republicans Look To Curb Local Efforts To Expand Voting Access

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Houston's Creativity To Expand Voting Access May Inspire New Voting Restrictions

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What Happened In Texas And Who Is To Blame?

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An ambulance drives on Oltorf Street in the Travis Heights neighborhood of South Austin on Tuesday. Gabriel C. Pérez/KUT hide caption

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Early voters line up in West Lake Hills, Texas, during the first hours of early voting on Wednesday. Acacia Coronado/AP hide caption

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'Failed By The Courts': Texans Hoping To Vote By Mail Have To Hit The Polls Instead

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Texas Census Advocates Worry Schedule Confusion Could Lead To Undercounting

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Will Reopening Plans Change As COVID-19 Cases Spike In Sunbelt States?

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Texas Holds Super Tuesday Primary Amid Democratic Party Changes

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Texas' Decision Not To Prioritize Census Could Come At A Financial Cost

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Advocates Say Texas Wants To Curb College Students' Political Power

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Texas will soon enact a law to prevent patients from getting hit with surprise medical bills. seksan Mongkhonkhamsao/Getty Images hide caption

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Lawmakers in the Texas Legislature passed a law intended to protect consumers against surprise medical bills, but loopholes may weaken it before it is enacted. Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call/Getty Images hide caption

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Law To Protect Patients Against Surprise Medical Bills In Texas Proves Hard To Enact

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