Woman Mailing Her Absentee Voter Ballot
Reports suggest thousands of mail-in ballots and ballot applications are being rejected and returned for failing to adhere to a new voter ID law.
Voters In 14 States Head To The Polls On Super Tuesday
The first primary election of the 2022 midterm cycle happens in the Lone Star State on Tuesday, March 1.
Hosted in Dallas, the 2017 AARP Livable Communities National Conference was an opportunity for elected officials, planning professionals, local leaders and community advocates from throughout the nation to share ideas, best practices and solutions for making towns, cities and communities more…
Hosted in Dallas, the 2017 AARP Livable Communities National Conference was an opportunity for elected officials, planning professionals, local leaders and community advocates from throughout the nation to share ideas, best practices and solutions for making towns, cities and communities more…
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Just northeast of downtown Fort Worth, in a neighborhood of artists, professionals and working-class residents, a cadre of AARP volunteers is collaborating with community leaders and residents to transform Six Points Urban Village in the Riverside District into a vibrant, walkable place.
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Mayoral candidates in  San Antonio, Texas, joined AARP on April 14 for a debate that was moderated by Elaine Ayala of the San Antonio Express-News and was about making San Antonio more age-friendly.
An aerial map of Mueller, a walkable, transit-oriented development five miles outside of downtown Austin, Texas
It may seem a bit of a disconnect, but Texas, an expansive state connected by hundreds and hundreds of miles of highway, is home to a new study showing that pedestrian-oriented, activity-friendly “walkable communities” result in a healthier and more socially supportive and engaged population.
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In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court has permitted Texas to enforce its controversial voter ID law in the Nov. 4 election.
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Rep. Ralph Hall (R-Texas), the oldest member of Congress, faces a primary runoff after failing to lock up his party's nomination March 4.
Gavel, Alcoholic Drink & Car Keys on a Gradating to White Background - Drinking and Driving Concept.
If you haven't been under a rock for the past few days, you've undoubtedly heard about the Texas drunk driving case in which a teenager from a wealthy family avoided prison time thanks to his "affluenza" defense.
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