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  • Legislating For Not-So-Civil Rights

    26 May
    2017

    By William Mellor Vice President, Angeloueconomics   Legislative Update: 5/23/2017 The Bathroom Bill has been picking up steam as we near the close of Texas’ 85th Legislative Session. On Monday of this week, the Texas House passed an...

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  • HB 100: Legislative Overreach or Cost-Reducing Practicality?

    22 May
    2017

    By Tim Shea Special Contributor With last Wednesday’s passage of HB 100 through the Senate, it seems pretty much inevitable that the bill will be signed into law and, as of June 1st, Texas will begin regulating ride-sharing at the state level....

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  • The Economic Cost of Immigrants

    19 May
    2017

    Earlier this month, Governor Greg Abbott signed Senate Bill 4 into law, which officially bans sanctuary cities in Texas. The new legislation requires local law enforcement agencies to follow all federal immigration laws and detainer requests, and...

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  • Is State-Sponsored Immigration a Way Past the Politics and Red Tape?

    17 May
    2017

    By Tim Shea Special Contributor  By the conventional wisdom of modern American politics, immigration is pretty clear-cut, partisan-line issue: conservatives prefer a more restrictionist approach, while liberals prefer to be more, well, liberal...

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  • How Budget Airlines May Impact Regional Airports

    15 May
    2017

    Leisure travel airline customers can travel to places around the world at rates cheaper than ever before. This is due to increased transparency of fares on sites like Kayak, Expedia, Google Flights and a myriad of other sites that help customers sift...

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