Instead of a border wall, some Texans want parks, solar panels or levees

by Julián Aguilar, The Texas Tribune March 24, 2017 Imagine a kindler and gentler hand on the Texas-Mexico border where federal agents on patrol educate and welcome visitors to America. That happens as people from both sides of the Rio Grande meet at the center of a new, shared border checkpoint to play soccer or maybe watch movies near a farmers market. Or maybe instead of a brick-and-mortar barrier near the river, there is a wall made of vertical so…
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How to make sure your voice gets heard at the Texas Capitol

As lawmakers cross the halfway mark of the 85th Legislature, debate is heating up on a number of issues, including bills that would expand school choice funding, limit increases in college tuition, strip funding from sanctuary cities and regulate public bathroom use based on a person’s “biological sex.” 
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