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Coppell ISD Sued for Discrimination, Teaching CRT

A Texas family is suing Coppell Independent School District (CISD) for allegedly discriminating against their son’s gender and race, as well as teaching critical race theory (CRT). According to the father of the former CISD student, his son—whom Texas Scorecard will...


Frazier Extends Legislative Continuance in Felony Case

Taking advantage of a perk available to Texas legislators, a state representative was granted another 30-day delay in his pending felony court case, in which he’s accused of vandalizing a primary opponent’s campaign signs. State Rep. Frederick Frazier (R–McKinney) is...


Rinaldi Rallies Rockwall Republicans

Texas GOP Chairman Matt Rinaldi turned what could have been a sleepy summertime meeting into a rousing Republican Party rally of sorts as he headlined the Rockwall County Young Republicans’ June gathering on Thursday night. Rinaldi fired up the crowd, who filled a...


Former Democrat State Senator Released From Prison Early

Former Democrat State Sen. Carlos Uresti was released after serving four years of a 12-year sentence in federal prison. In 2018, Uresti was put on trial for 11 felony charges, including five counts of wire fraud, two counts of securities fraud, one count of conspiracy...


Dallas to Spend $3 Million on Homeless Housing

The Dallas City Council voted unanimously to spend $3 million helping homeless residents find housing. The city will give Housing Forward $3 million to place the homeless in rental properties and assist them with paying rent. The organization must spend $2,750,000 on...