Inside Texas Politics: What comes subsequent for Democrats after Trump impeachment trial?
Rep Al Green, D-Houston, has some bold predictions about what Democrats will achieve in Congress.
One question many people in Washington, DC ask themselves is what comes after the impeachment of former President Donald Trump.
Democrats have a list of priorities. Rep Al Green, D-Houston, made some bold predictions about some of them.
Approving a major stimulus check remains of the utmost importance to the Democrats.
“People are expecting the $ 2,000 we wanted to deliver. We delivered $ 600 of that. We have to deliver $ 1,400 more,” Green said.
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Meet one of 5 chair committees for women at Texas House
In Austin, lawmakers – at least at Texas House – hold high-profile positions.
There are five women appointed to chair committees to decide which legislation will move forward and which will not. A woman with a hammer is now Rep. Victoria Neave.
Neave, a third-term Democrat from Dallas, has been appointed to a coveted position as committee chair at Texas House.
She will chair the Texas House Committee on Juvenile Justice and Family Matters.
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Still no evidence of vaccines for teachers
The Superintendent of the Richardson Independent School District, Dr. Jeannie Stone, tweeted in the middle of the night.
At 3:48 a.m., she wrote that schools have been open for 100 days, but teachers in Texas still can’t get the COVID-19 vaccine. She’s right – 27 states have approved teachers, but not Texas.
This problem frustrates school leaders like them across the state. Richardson ISD is made up of 38,000 students in northeast Dallas County.