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Texas Standard: October 31, 2019

Does the state have a duty to provide mobile voting centers? Texas democrats claim a new law unconstitutionally disenfranchises young voters, we’ll have details. Also, did Exxon Mobil have one set of numbers about climate change for investors, and a secret set for itself? Texan Rex Tillerson takes the stand in a closely watch trial involving one of the Lone Star State’s biggest companies. Plus, Twitter banning political ads? Tech expert Omar Gallaga on why and what it adds up to. And why you might see tarantulas crossing Texas roadways, and not just tonight, mind you. All of that and then some today on the Texas Standard:

Texas Standard: October 30, 2015

Shots fired at a restaurant, bikers run for cover- finally some real pictures of what happened in Waco and what they tell us. Plus is Ali Ben Katif qualified to lead Sudan? Don’t feel bad if you don’t know the answer, because there is no such person- but there just might be something called a gotcha question. We’ll explore. Also a major Texas industry with a beef against the World Health Organization, the week in politcs and lots of other scary stuff..and perhaps some treats along the way. It’s Texas Standard time: