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April 25, 2024


The Central Appraisal District’s top administrators are encouraging El Pasoans to protest their property valuations if residents feel they don’t reflect the value of their homes. The state of Chihuahua’s anti-corruption prosecutor seized the home rented by the mayor of Juarez. A year after Medicaid unwinding began in Texas, more than two million people have lost coverage. The Texas Medical Board is receiving public comment until June 1st on their new rule on “medical emergencies” relating to the exceptions to abortion bans.

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This program originally aired on April 25, 2024