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OPINION: Welcome change: Adding UIL adaptive sports opens opportunities to many

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Amid the several controversial new laws enacted this year by the Texas legislature were some good bills that deserved, and got, bipartisan support. One...

COMMENTARY: Expanded tax credit is reducing child hunger – but it can do much more

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By OMAR I. RODRIGUEZ, Special to MyRGV.com Last week, Congress voted to proceed on a transformative bill that would, among other things, keep a potent...

COMMENTARY: Seeking border solutions

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Federal, state and local agencies are moving methodically to address the current situation at the U.S.- Mexico border. Amid the high rate of apprehensions...

COMMENTARY: Pandemic breaks into Gov. Abbott’s special session agenda

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With the intersection of a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases and the beginning of a new school year, the governor’s agenda for the new...

COMMENTARY: Wounded

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By Jim N. Taylor, Special to the Star I envy those who can express their great disappointment referring to the condition of their wounded or pained...

COMMENTARY: Mayorkas’ visit long overdue

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The influx of illegal migrants at the southern border is a direct result of weak policies and negligence by the Biden administration. For months,...

COMMENTARY: Supporting local journalism also supports our community

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The Local Journalism Sustainability Act was recently introduced in the House and has now been introduced in the Senate — and will benefit every...

COMMENTARY: Perspective of Democrat Party

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By Joe Salas, Special to MyRGV.com I started my military service when President John Kennedy, a Democrat, called me to activity the summer of ’61....

COMMENTARY: Small Businesses are resilient in the Rio Grande Valley

By Daisy Alcazar Last March altered the outlook of the world. From the global pandemic to record-high unemployment over the last 15 months, one thing...

COMMENTARY: Texas legislators are fighting for voters’ attention

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By Ross Ramsey, The Texas Tribune Leaving the state to block restrictive voting legislation isn’t any more outrageous than requiring people to wait in line...
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