• The Brief is going on hiatus

    25 AGO 2023 · The Texas Tribune put this podcast on hiatus in August 2023 due to staffing changes in the newsroom. If you want to follow the latest news on Texas politics and policy, check out our daily email newsletter, which is also called The Brief. You can sign up at https://www.texastribune.org/newsletters/
    49 sec.
  • U.S. Justice Department argues for removal of Texas’ floating border barrier in federal court

    23 AGO 2023 · In a court hearing over the barrier near Eagle Pass, the U.S. Justice Department argued it was installed without proper authorization, while lawyers for the state said it notified the feds first. Sad to announce that this will be the last episode of the Texas Tribune Audio Brief. Thank you to the dedicated Audio Brief podcast listeners and the numerous followers who have enjoyed and supported the Audio Brief. I am truly sorry and thank each and every one of you for gracing me your trust and support. I will miss you all, Justin Dehn
    4 min. 47 sec.
  • Can Ken Paxton be forced to testify at his impeachment trial?

    22 AGO 2023 · Lawyers for the suspended attorney general argue that compelled testimony would violate Paxton’s rights, but House impeachment managers disagree. The issue may be settled in the trial’s opening hours.
    4 min. 43 sec.
  • Former judge declines to serve as Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick’s adviser for Ken Paxton impeachment trial

    21 AGO 2023 · A day after Patrick announced the appointment, Marc Brown declined it, citing a campaign contribution he made to Paxton’s GOP primary opponent in 2021.
    3 min. 20 sec.
  • New allegations against Ken Paxton raise stakes for early decisions in impeachment trial

    18 AGO 2023 · Before 30 senators take on their role as impeachment trial jurors, they face a series of momentous votes on whether to dismiss the charges as requested by the suspended attorney general The Texas Tribune Audio Brief would like to hear from you! Please http://texastribune.org/briefsurvey to take our audience survey. It’s the best way to get to know our listeners.
    6 min. 24 sec.
  • New accusations: Ken Paxton used burner phone, secret email account, fake Uber name to hide ties to Nate Paul

    17 AGO 2023 · After Paxton’s lawyers sought to dismiss articles of impeachment as unsubstantiated, House managers responded by accusing the suspended attorney general of going to great lengths to cover up his relationship to the Austin real estate investor. The Texas Tribune Audio Brief would like to hear from you! Please http://texastribune.org/briefsurvey to take our audience survey. It’s the best way to get to know our listeners.
    5 min. 5 sec.
  • Medical experts assert transgender health care for youth is safe as LGBTQ+ Texans sue over new prohibition

    16 AGO 2023 · Texas families and health care providers sued the state over Senate Bill 14, which restricts transgender youth from accessing gender-affirming care. The groups are requesting an injunction from a state district court judge before the law goes into effect on Sept. 1. The Texas Tribune Audio Brief would like to hear from you! Please http://texastribune.org/briefsurvey to take our audience survey. It’s the best way to get to know our listeners.
    4 min. 52 sec.
  • Gov. Greg Abbott declares wildfire disaster for three-fourths of Texas

    15 AGO 2023 · Amid ongoing wildfires, the governor’s disaster declaration for three-fourths of the state’s counties allows local governments to access state resources to fight fires. The Texas Tribune Audio Brief would like to hear from you! Please http://texastribune.org/briefsurvey to take our audience survey. It’s the best way to get to know our listeners.
    5 min. 3 sec.
  • U.S. Department of Education reaffirms Baylor’s religious exemption in response to sexual harassment complaints

    14 AGO 2023 · The university had asked the federal agency to dismiss sexual-harassment complaints by LGBTQ+ students, arguing that the claims infringed on the school’s religious tenets. The Texas Tribune Audio Brief would like to hear from you! Please http://texastribune.org/briefsurvey to take our audience survey. It’s the best way to get to know our listeners.
    4 min. 35 sec.
  • A prison guard says she was forced to stay at her post during labor pains. Texas is fighting compensation for her stillbirth.

    11 AGO 2023 · The seven-months-pregnant officer reported contraction-like pains at work, but she wasn’t allowed to leave for hours. Soon after, her baby was delivered stillborn. But the anti-abortion state is fighting her lawsuit, in part by saying her fetus didn’t clearly have rights. The Texas Tribune Audio Brief would like to hear from you! Please http://texastribune.org/briefsurvey to take our audience survey. It’s the best way to get to know our listeners.
    4 min. 46 sec.
This podcast is on hiatus as of Aug. 24, 2023. It previously highlighted the latest news on Texas politics and policy from The Texas Tribune.
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