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The Brief: An earthquake in Mexico has killed more than 200 people : Thanks for reading The Brief, our daily newsletter informing you on politics, public policy and everything in between. Forward this email to friends who may want to join us. They can sign up here. — CP What you need to know  More than 200 people in Mexi...
UT fell short of its lofty graduation goal but lifted up its minority students in the process : On paper, Alisandra Sada’s chances of graduating on time were slim when she showed up as a freshman at the University of Texas at Austin in 2014. She came from Dilley, a town south of San Antonio with one-twelfth the population of UT-Austin’s student bo...
For some transgender Texans, bathroom bill fight spurs bids for office : The first time Dani Pellett tackled the bathroom question was years before the issue of transgender access to restrooms would become a matter of political debate — and more than a decade before Pellett would enter the political realm herself. Pellett was...

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