Texas Standard for June 23, 2017
California bans official travel to Texas over a law they say permits discrimination in adoption services. We’ll talk about the impact and possible pushback. And: After cutting off Planned Parenthood, the state launched the Healthy Texas Women Program. One year later, what’s the prognosis? Also: An old phenomenon gets renewed attention. Why do so many women in the workplace seem to get cut off mid-sentence? Why the issue’s bigger than just hurt feelings. Plus: Our home state addiction to Tex-Mex reconsidered. And: Fighting back against the grackles, and much more on the Texas Standard:
Victoria Mosque Arson Suspect Charged With Federal Hate Crime
Citing Faith-Based Adoption Law, California Adds Texas To Its Travel Ban List
State Officials Tout Progress Of Women’s Health Program, But Advocates Aren’t Convinced
New Census Data Finds Texas Population Is Booming
Why Should We Care About The Discovery Of Thousands Of Planets?
Is There Room For More Than Tex-Mex And Cheap Tacos In North Texas?