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(The Center Square) – As the southern border crisis continues to worsen, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said his office fields inquiries from state and local law enforcement, border residents and concerned Texans throughout the state. In response, his office published an information packet to help answer some of their questions.
(The Center Square) – Ahead of a two-day border summit hosted by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, attorneys general from across the country are sharing why border security is important for their states.
K-12 school curriculum has been under a spotlight lately. Debates often surround diversity, equity, and inclusion trainings, Critical Race Theory, and other instructional methods.
(The Center Square) – U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is expected to formally announce his retirement from the high court Thursday. News broke of his imminent retirement Wednesday, setting off a flurry of speculation and political posturing over who would replace the Democrat-appointed justice.
(The Center Square) – The ongoing illegal immigration crisis at the southern border, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says, is an opportunity for the nation to unite, because “we’re in the fight of our lives.”
(The Center Square) – Sixteen of the top 20 states reporting the most jobs recovered since COVID-related lockdowns began in March 2020 are led by Republican governors, according to an analysis of federal data.
In a press conference last week that lasted nearly two hours, President Joe Biden expressed frustration with efforts by the opposition party to thwart the more ambitious aspects of his policy agenda.