In case you all have forgotten, Democrats have a run-off election to begin participating in come Monday. For some of us, it’s a busy ballot from the Senate down to Constable. 478 more words
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Dr. Peter Hotez, dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, predicted over the weekend that Houston is on the brink of a disaster, based on the latest trends in increasing numbers.
Thanks to State Rep. Christina Morales for the reminder regarding the Harris County COVID-19 Relief Fund application process:
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The Harris County COVID-19 relief fund opens for eligible, low-income Harris County Residents, including those excluded by the CARES Act or immigrant households, and people who may receive Pandemic Unemployment Assistance but cannot afford to wait for months.
The Harris County Commissioner’s Court approved a long list of items that could lead to reform of law enforcement at the county level.
At the very least, these reforms will create some semblance of transparency over law enforcement budgeting and statistics regarding racial disparities in the system itself, and create a mechanism to ensure the indigent are represented in criminal courts. 396 more words
New University of Pennsylvania study says Harris County might have drastic rise in COVID-19 cases in next few weeks - ABC13 Houston
Health officials say this surge in cases can be prevented though, if people practice proper social distancing guidelines.
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — A new study from the University of Pennsylvania shows Harris County could see a projected surge of COVID-19 cases in June. 45 more words
Late last night, I got the message that the Harris County Commissioner’s Court appointed local lawyer and Texas Democratic Party Finance Chair Christopher Hollins to serve as interim Harris County Clerk… 169 more words