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Supreme Court Corrects Mistake in Liberal Justice's Texas Voter ID Dissent

HOUSTON, Texas -- The Supreme Court ruled last week that Texas' Voter ID law will be applied to November's midterm elections. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg strongly opposes the law and wrote a scathing seven-page dissenting opinion with Justices Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor late Friday night. On Wednesday, the Supreme Court announced that her opinion contained an error -- as a result, a rare altercation was made to what Ginsburg wrote. Oct 23, 2014 10:56 AM PT

Wendy Davis Embraces Obama

HOUSTON, Texas -- While State Senator and gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis had previously distanced herself from President Obama, who currently has a low approval rating, the state senator openly embraced his big-government policies during a recent campaign stop. As Davis continues to trail her opponent, Attorney General Greg Abbott, in the polls, she has made desperate attempts to gain traction at the last minute. Oct 23, 2014 5:21 AM PT

Rick Perry Announces New Ebola Containment Center

HOUSTON, Texas -- Responding to the Ebola crisis that gripped Dallas, Governor Rick Perry announced on Tuesday the creation of a containment facility in North Texas to treat individuals with the deadly virus. Perry's hope is that such a facility will protect health care workers and prevent Ebola from spreading to the greater public. Oct 21, 2014 10:26 AM PT

Texas Ranked as Having Best Business Climate, Sixth Year in Row

For the sixth year in a row, Texas is the highest-ranked state in the Development Counsellors International's (DCI) "Winning Strategies in Economic Development Marketing" survey. The survey of U.S. corporate executives has tracked economic trends each year since 1996. Oct 21, 2014 5:27 AM PT

Texas Judge Makes Political Gains by Exploiting Ebola Crisis

HOUSTON, Texas -- Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins has seized nearly every opportunity to place himself on a national stage amid the Ebola crisis in Texas. By doing so, he has transformed from a local authority to a well-known public figure. Most recently, Jenkins said that 43 people who were quarantined for 21 days and have now been released -- all of whom had come in contact with Thomas Eric Duncan -- posed "no risk" to the greater public. Oct 20, 2014 1:16 PM PT

Group Exposed to Ebola Patient Set Free, Study Questions 21-Day Quarantine Period

HOUSTON, Texas -- A large group of people who had come in contact with Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian man who brought Ebola to the U.S., have been cleared of the virus by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The group of 43 people had been quarantined for 21 days by the City of Dallas and monitored twice daily. Amid the release, however, a new study questions whether the 21-day incubation period is long enough. Oct 20, 2014 7:08 AM PT

New Dan Patrick Ad Slams Leticia Van de Putte for Liberal Record

HOUSTON, Texas -- Texas State Senator and Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick released a new television commercial attacking his opponent, State Senator and Democratic nominee Leticia Van de Putte, as being one of "the most liberal politicians in Texas." Oct 20, 2014 5:34 AM PT

Feds Arrest 24 in Texas Drug Bust

HOUSTON, Texas -- According to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), 24 more people have been arrested for their alleged roles in a large drug ring based in Austin, Texas. Oct 18, 2014 6:14 AM PT

New Film Highlights How Colorado Got Hijacked by the Left

HOUSTON, Texas -- Colorado, once one of America's most conservative states, quickly transformed into a blue state and is now reliably Democrat. On Thursday, Citizens United Productions President David N. Bossie announced the launch of Rocky Mountain Heist, a documentary that will examine how Colorado turned blue. Native Coloradan and conservative commentator Michelle Malkin hosts the film, which was written and directed by Jason Killian Meath. Oct 17, 2014 9:17 AM PT

Texas Ebola Hospital Defends Itself After Criticism from Nurses Union

HOUSTON, Texas -- In response to allegations that nurses were put in harm's way while caring for Thomas Eric Duncan, Dallas' Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital released a statement claiming all CDC guidelines were followed. The assertions by National Nurses United do not "reflect actual facts learned from the medical record and interactions with clinical caregivers," Texas Presbyterian said. "Our hospital followed the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines and sought additional guidance and clarity." Oct 16, 2014 9:14 AM PT

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