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With the Covid-19 pandemic continuing to sock the Texas economy, punching an estimated $7 billion hole in the state’s finances, school officials are beginning to worry state lawmakers will look to make cuts in education spending. House Bill 3, signed into law in June 2019, was an $11.6 billi…

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Texas eased restrictions on visitation in long-term care facilities last week, but many families remain unsure if they will be allowed to visit. For those cut off from their loved ones for almost five months, isolation is becoming another very real threat.

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The U.S. Postal Service got a new leader in June, Louis DeJoy, appointed by President Donald Trump, and the new postmaster general has set up several new policies that have delayed the mail, according to several advocacy groups for postal carriers.