AudioWeekly Roundup Podcast: School Bond Elections, Vaccine Mandate Lawsuits, New Campaigns

Catch up on the week's hottest stories in Texas politics with the reporting team at The Texan.
November 12, 2021
This week on The Texan’s “Weekly Roundup,” the team covers how critical race theory implications affected the November election, developments in the federal vaccine mandate lawsuits, a state representative opting to run for Congress, a congressman eyeing a run for attorney general, how illegal border crossing numbers in Texas are trending, the governor again wading into concern over obscene materials in public school libraries, Navy SEALs filing suit after being denied religious exemptions for the COVID-19 vaccine, a dispute between rural telecom providers and the state which has led to rising costs for Texans reliant on remote service, a deputy sheriff being investigated for bribery, Elon Musk and Tesla adding to their Texas operations, and deer season opening in Texas.


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Daniel Friend

Daniel Friend is the Marketing and Media Manager for The Texan. After graduating with a double-major in Political Science and Humanities, he wrote for The Texan as a reporter through June 2022. In his spare time, you're likely to find him working on The Testimony of Calvin Lewis, an Abolition of Man-inspired novel and theatrical podcast.