And: "Hey There Delilah," but make it Mexican
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Queen butterflies pollinate plants during the Texas Butterfly Festival in Mission
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We learned this year that Latinos are the largest ethnic group in Texas.
Well, now we know that
we'll be the only ethnic group in the U.S. that is projected to have grown
by 2060, according to new numbers from the Census.
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This Week in Texas News
⚖️ Lawmakers were called back to Austin this week for their fourth special session (!) of the year, and they're
expected to take up a highly contentious border-enforcement bill
(The Texas Newsroom)
🗳️ After her daughter was killed at Robb Elementary, Kimberly Mata-Rubio and her husband became politically active, campaigning against gun violence around the country. Mata-Rubio
lost her bid for mayor of Uvalde
"Hey There Delilah," but make it Mexican
: That's what the Houston-based EZ Band did with its cover.
🏥 An abortion doctor from San Antonio still treats Texans
, just from New Mexico.
🏢 Congress will consider whether to create a new federal office
that would give assistance to farmworkers and residents of colonias
How El Cucuy has kept you safe all these years
🦋 Hundreds of South Texans
turned out for the National Butterfly Center's annual festival
And here's what else happened...
💔 Eight people are dead after
a suspected human trafficker collided with another car in Batesville
🏜️ The fourth strongest
earthquake in state history rattled West Texas
🗲 Texans approved billions in spending on power plants.
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