Tag: Law

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Texas Wants America’s Taxpayers To Pay For Border Control

The controversy surrounding immigration and border patrol recently got even more concerning. Politicians in Texas have taken it upon themselves to send National Guard troops, as well as state law-enforcement personnel, to protect the Mexican border. Furthermore, they are hoping that the nation’s taxpayers with help pay for a $2.8 billion bill for these efforts. Unsurprisingly, this has many people… Read more →

Texas Restroom Law

Will Texas be the next restroom battleground?   In April a Fort Worth school superintendent established a compassionate bathroom policy, allowing transgender students access to single-stall restrooms. This, along with megastore chain Target’s inclusive bathroom policy, have incited a lot of conversation with Texas Lt. Gov Dan Patrick. Patrick has been outspoken about bathroom policies in recent months, leading the… Read more →

Are Illegal Immigrants Affecting the Citizens of Texas?

Immigration through Texas has always been at a high number because the border of Mexico is touching Texas. However, the rate of illegal immigrants has increased drastically over the past couple of years. Studies performed by the Federation for American Reform (FAIR), shows that between 2010 and 2013 the number of illegal immigrants has increased by 70,000. With illegal immigrants, increasing… Read more →