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What to Watch in Texas: In-state tuition; religious freedom flap?

Could the uproar over religious freedom laws that engulfed Indiana and Arkansas be coming to Texas? The next couple weeks…

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Texas Republican lawmaker’s staff snubs gay-rights activist

The staff of Rep. Molly White, who has proposed prohibiting the recognition of same-sex marriages, told a gay rights activist…

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Texas Business Leaders Want Texas Open For Business on LGBT Issues

Over 50 leading Texas Businesses, including 13 Fortune 500 companies, iconic Texas brands and multiple Chambers of Commerce have joined…

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Texas Senate OKs bill allowing clergy to refuse gay marriage

The Texas Senate voted overwhelmingly on Monday to allow clergy members to refuse performing marriages that violate their religious beliefs,…

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Texas Republicans could take new stand on same-sex marriage

Gay rights activists say a showdown in Texas is looming over an attempt by Republicans to pass new laws before…

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Tea Party Paranoia

In case you haven’t heard, Texas is being taken over by President Obama and the federal government.

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Divorce Court: Texas Lawyers Ready For Same-Sex Divorces

Before the Supreme Court ruling, gay Texans who got married in other states but then wanted to get divorced couldn't…

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County clerk in East Texas resigns over gay marriage ruling

An East Texas county clerk has resigned rather than comply with the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling that upheld the…

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Sincerely Yours: The Insincere Texas Attorney General

Attorney General Ken Paxton is the reigning champion of the world-famous “How the Hell Did He Get Elected?” pinball game.

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Cruz, Colbert debate Reagan, gay marriage, compromise

GOP presidential candidate and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz locked horns in an interview with "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert in…

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