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Dispute About Local Mask Mandates Continues in Texas

Dispute About Local Mask Mandates Continues in Texas

Officials in Dallas and San Antonio want to require mask-wearing in schools and other indoor public settings despite a temporary order from the Texas Supreme Court upholding the governor’s ban on mask mandates. Multiple lawsuits with varying court orders have caused confusion in the state.This post was originally published on this site

Texas Expands Protections for Employees Asserting Sexual-Harassment Claims

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Texas Expands Protections for Employees Asserting Sexual-Harassment Claims

Gov. Greg Abbott recently signed two bills that make significant changes to Texas sexual-harassment-prevention standards. Both laws take effect Sept. 1This post was originally published on this site

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Today’s News & Commentary — July 13, 2021

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Today’s News & Commentary — July 13, 2021

In a last ditch effort to block the passage of a Republican-spearheaded voter suppression law, a group of Texas House Democrats fled the state yesterday and decamped for Washington, D.C. The exodus denies the GOP a quorum it needed to operate the legislature and pass their desired voting restrictions. Democrats intend to stay outside the […]

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