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Through the Losing Glass: What the Recycling Conundrum Says About Houston

FOR THE CITY, it was certainly a step back— although things could have been worse. In March, after a brief standoff, the Houston City Council struck a new two-year deal with Waste Management, one the financially strapped city was able to afford. Our curbside recycling program, Houstonians were relieved to hear, wouldn’t be nixed entirely. […]

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Judge Katrina Griffith Helps Kids Aging Out of Texas Foster Care Find a Path Forward

It’s an early afternoon in September, and five teenagers trickle into the CPS Project Court downtown, their court-appointed attorneys, caseworkers and special advocates trailing behind them. The youths leave the adults in the courtroom, retreating through a restricted-access door, into a room full of toys and books, with a Japanese anime cartoon on TV. They’re […]

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