Texas Standard For September 6, 2017
Is DACA really dead? Though Texas’ top law enforcement official is celebrating, other Texas lawmakers say not so fast. We’ll explore. And: The Texas congressional delegation is set to return to Washington for a special conference, as Lone Star lawmakers try to come up with a strategy to bring home aid money, post-Harvey. We’ll hear what they’re planning. Also: For years, strict rules kept Texas from moving forward with telemedicine. Harvey underscores how much is changing. Plus: A fix for Texas’ troubled foster care system? Our reporter finds the solution isn’t likely to be one size fits all. Those stories and so much more today on the Texas Standard:
Henry Cuellar Says Moderate Republicans Should Work With Democrats To Approve DACA
First Day Of School Uncertain For Houston ISD
A New Texas Law Will Create a More Private Foster Care System
Pediatricians, Texas State Guard Use Telemedicine To Treat Harvey Evacuees
In Praise Of The Bass Boat Heroes
Was Two-Thirds Of Superstorm Sandy Spending Unrelated To The Storm?