Texas Standard for December 7, 2016

Not since 1787 has the U.S. had a constitutional convention. Now, what was once considered the unthinkable looks possible. And: The problems of prognostication. Politics – you’re not alone. We’ll look at forecasting through an unlikely lens. Also: A new Texas rule to require burial of fetal remains. For those seeking an abortion, what this means as a practical matter. Plus: They’re calling it the flooding capitol of the nation. It’s also set to become the third largest city in the U.S. As development continues, can a flood czar help? Or is it too late? That and more on today’s Texas Standard:

By Texas StandardDecember 7, 2016 11:47 am