AudioWeekly Roundup Podcast: Stances on Private Vaccine Mandates, School Library Probe, Local Rejection of Federal Funds

Catch up on the week's hottest stories in Texas politics with the reporting team at The Texan.
October 29, 2021
This week on The Texan’s “Weekly Roundup,” the team discusses where the candidates for Texas attorney general stand on vaccine mandates, how the governor’s approach to the COVID-19 vaccine debacle has divided conservatives, how Texas House and Senate districts shifted politically since redistricting, a lawmaker asking public school libraries to report sexually explicit or racially charged books, a Texas city returning federal coronavirus aid, redistricting lawsuits, the remain in Mexico policy in limbo again, arguments about how a police staffing proposition would be funded, developments in a tribal gambling case, and community college enrollment dropping.


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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.