Update: 9,319 vaccine doses have been given to TX's 118k state prisoners.
About 3k are J&J single dose.
Priorities go: first 65+, then 50+ w/ medical conditions, then any age w/ medical conditions, then all. https://t.co/b0d6k1GR84
Electric Reliability Council of Texas will argue that it has governmental immunity that protects it from the at least 35 lawsuits that have been filed against the operator after February's winter storm.
Dozens of people in Texas died during the storm. https://t.co/XzgkoTAybA
Texas’ COVID-19 vaccination effort has been plagued by geographical, demographic and data challenges, including a higher-than-average number of people who are too young to get vaccinated and a sluggish data collection system. https://t.co/BCjL4tD9QU
Texas lawmakers' proposed voting restrictions echo a broader Republican push across the country to rework voting rules after voters of color helped flip key states to Democratic control. https://t.co/0rZVTaOaIT
A bill advancing in the Texas House seeks to stop a plan to build a site in West Texas to store the riskiest type of nuclear waste.
But the bill would also give that same company a big break on state fees. #TXlegehttps://t.co/iXNdVIDms6
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush said if he ran against Attorney General Ken Paxton in 2022, his challenge would not be centered on "conservative credentials" but how Paxton has run his office. #TX2022https://t.co/iES52SWuGS