Federal Judge in Texas Could Rule to Ban Abortion Pills Nationwide Friday
Since November, anti-abortion activists hoped to overturn the FDA’s approval of abortion pills. Now, the pill could be banned altogether and end “the use of the principal method by which those medical abortions are carried out,” fellow Mark P. Jones said.
Defining Moment for Longtime Allies
Although domestic and regional tensions continue to test relations between Isreal and the U.S., Edward P. Djerejian, former ambassador, sees a vital role for the Biden administration to bolster hope for Middle East peace.
Las Vegas Sands, Adelsons Donated Millions to Texas Politicians During Casino Bills Consideration
“The primordial goal of the Las Vegas Sands in contributing millions of dollars to Texas lawmakers,” fellow Mark P. Jones told Casino, “is to obtain access to the most lucrative untapped gambling market in the United States: the Lone Star State.”
Texas AG Ken Paxton Leads Coalition of States Again Seeking to End DACA
“Until Congress passes legislation that provides rules related to DACA, rules related to asylum, rules related to the border, you're going to have this ad hoc battle between executive orders and states,” fellow Mark P. Jones said of the push against DACA.
Will the Texas Power Grid Survive the Next Deep Freeze?
Despite freezing temperatures in Texas, wind production has increased, making up for diminished coal and gas production. Rice faculty scholar Daniel Cohan said this offset was another “great sign that the grid performed better than it had in 2021.”