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Joaquín Castro at DNC
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After a punishing mid-term election Congressional Democrats are taking stock of what is and isn't possible this year.

San Antonio Congressman Joaquin Castro joined us in-studio to address the issues he felt passionately about and to describe the demeanor of the new Congress.

With a legislative branch increasingly vocal and active in the realm of foreign policy, the Congress Castro described is decidedly feisty.

Spencer Selvidge / Texas Tribune

  A new series from the Texas Tribune examines the lack of clean water on Texas' southern border. The five-part series entitled "Undrinkable" weaves a story of byzantine bureaucratics, misspent millions, and wasted opportunities. 

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Former U.S. Senator for Texas Kay Bailey Hutchison joined us on The Source to talk about her legacy of civility, her civic works and her writing. In her 20 years representing Texas in the U.S. Senate, Hutchison built a reputation has someone who could work across the aisle while delivering on her promise to Texans. 
 

San Antonio is known for its big inroads into solar power. Boasting 128 MW of commercial solar power currently online and the biggest solar project of any municipal power provider coming online--their 400 MW OCI solar collaboration--CPS Energy says and appeasr to be fully invested in solar power.

For Women’s History Month, honoring the roles of women who have shaped the fabric of modern society, NOWCastSA and the San Antonio Public Library teamed up to offer a webcast of ‘Texas Women of Influence' on Tuesday, March 10, 2015.

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