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Texas Standard: November 18, 2020

Amplifying the voices of Texas’s Black legislators. We’ll tell you about a revived effort. And remember that Texas County with no confirmed coronavirus cases? Yeah. That didn’t last. What’s going on in Loving County. Plus, how the oil bust has also led to a land value bust. How it’s playing out in the Permian Basin. And could we call what’s happening in the White House right now a coup? The answer from an expert in authoritarian regimes might surprise you. We’ll put it into context. And we’ll fact-check a claim about early voting and voter fraud. All of that and more today on the Texas Standard:

Texas Standard: February 12, 2020

Iowa? Check. New Hampshire? Check. Brace yourself for Super Tuesday where Texas is sure to shine, we’ll have all the details. Also Food safety, food labels, small producers and big producers. A roundtable with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. And what’s the meaning of a warrant forgiveness? We’ll explore. Plus how artificial intelligence is inspiring new music. And have you started thinking about your Valentine? Ours will melt your heart. Those stories and more today on the Texas Standard:

Texas Standard: February 10, 2020

The Democrat most likely to become Texas toast on Super Tuesday? We’ll look at how tomorrow’s primary vote sets the stage for a delegate fight close to home. Plus ABC News analyst Matthew Dowd joins us to talk about the latest in the race among democrats trying to topple President Trump. And the Telecom rollout that’s got 57 Texas cities roiled up. We’ll hear about their lawsuit. Plus the author reviving the story of a south Texas equal rights activist often overlooked by historians. All of those stories and more today on the Texas Standard:

Texas Standard: February 4, 2020

At least we know who the loser was in the Iowa caucuses last night. We’ll have more on the Texas implications. Also, as the Trump administration claims down on asylum seekers, immigration attorneys are forging new legal pathways. We’ll hear about one of them. Also one of the greatest authors of the Americas re-considered in a bilingual exhibit launched in the Texas capitol city. Plus changing attitudes among Texans when it comes to gun control. More in favor? More on that story and then some today on the Texas Standard:

Texas Standard: February 1, 2016

Boots on the ground: a pivotal day for a huge Texas contingent in Iowa. The view from up North. Also what is a caucus anyway? We’ll offer a Texsplainer. And one of the biggest big box retail fails in recent memory, ready for a reboot in Big D? We’ll hear all about it. Engineering students get hyperactive in College Station as they compete to design a high speed super subway of sorts. Also Kentuckians talking tacos– and much more today on the Texas Standard: