The city has been unhappy with the amount of foot-traffic the historic area gets and multiple studies have been done to try and address shortcomings. City council will be discussing the request for proposals that the Department for Culture & Creative Development has devised to encourage more visitors.
As women in large sections of the state quickly lose access to abortion services, Lenzie Sheible, a 19-year-old University of Texas at Austin student, to form a nonprofit whose aim is to provide these women transportation to cities with abortion clinics.
It was just a few weeks ago that the last remaining abortion clinic in the Rio Grande Valley closed it’s doors because of restrictions contained in Texas’ House Bill 2, the state’s new set of abortion restrictions that has so far led to the closure of 19 clinics.
The oft-repeated phrase "Job-Killing Regulation" has been shouted in the halls of congress and at stump speeches across the country. On the other side of the issue you have Senator Harry Reid saying not a shred of proof exists to show the kinds of job killing that Republicans lament.
So which is it?
That was what Cary Coglianese set out to answer in "Does Regulation Kill Jobs?" a collection of economic studies, which he edited with Adam Finkel and Christopher Carrigan.
According to oil field service company Baker-Hughes, almost half of all the oil rigs in the United States, and almost 25 percent of rigs worldwide, are in the Eagle Ford Shale region, working on "tight" oil deposits. The exploration explosion has been a boon for local economies, and also reaches statewide in its scope. Unemployment in these areas has dropped to as low as 4 percent in some counties.
"American" has never been a static term. The great flood of immigrants throughout the 1800s, the vast displacements of history that brought people to our shores, and the generational tides while less dramatic are proving to be no less turbulent to our understanding of that word.
These generational changes in attitudes, beliefs and endeavors are the focus of Pew Research Executive Vice President, Paul Taylor's new book, "The Next America." Taylor explores the character of our "boomer" and "millennial" generations with extensively researched polling data.
The deadline to enroll in the ACA, also called Obamacare, is March 31st. After that date you will have to pay a penalty. In expectation of the deadline, several high-profile events have been marking the past month. The largest navigator nonprofit in the country Enroll America is having its "Get Covered Bus Tour."
Sarah Brasse died of a ruptured appendix. She had been sick for more than a day, was covered in her own vomit, and was sleeping in a bed she had soiled. According to the award-winning, investigative piece "A Child Unprotected" that Melissa Fletcher-Stoeltje wrote last June, three different people had reached out to Child Protective Services, concerned about her well-being, in the 48-hour period before the child's death.
The push to pay doctors to promote a certain drug is being stymied by the spotlight of full disclosure implemented by the 2010 Physician Payment Sunshine Act. According to ProPublica's databases companies have cut as much as a 62 percent from their payments to doctors.