What Happens with the Repeal of DACA?

With hashtags like #defendDACA and #StandWithDREAMers circulating around social media, it’s hard to miss the news that President Trump has opted to repeal DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. The White House announced that DACA, a program the Obama administration created in 2012, is illegal and will end after a six-month grace period wherein… read more

Criminal Charges for Looting and Burglary During Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey may have passed, but its repercussions are still affecting thousands throughout Texas. It is a sad reality that some people will use a natural disaster for their own personal gain. Cases of looting and burglary in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey are proof that some people have no boundaries when it comes to… read more

Sanctuary City Ban Could Cost Texas Billions

Due to recent political changes, the climate in Texas has buzzed with controversy. Adjustments to immigration laws have left thousands confused about their rights as documented or undocumented immigrants. When Gov. Greg Abbott signed a bill in May, 2017, that would ban sanctuary cities, it caused a great rift within the state. Although a federal… read more