The Justice Department asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit to block a citizenship question from appearing on the 2020 census questionnaire.
A San Antonio-based panel of judges ordered the state’s maps should remain unchanged despite outstanding issues with House District 90.
The court also upheld 10 of 11 districts that had been flagged as problematic.
Texas’ Hispanic population increased from 9.7 million in 2010 to 11.1 million last year, according to new census population estimates.
The top federal prosecutor in one of Texas’ busiest border districts has dropped charges against immigrants who arrived with their families.
A federal judge had set a 45-day deadline for Texas to implement its first system of online voter registration.
In December, the House updated its sexual harassment policy after reports put a spotlight on widespread misconduct.
The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld Texas’ voter identification law, reversing a lower court ruling that found it discriminated against voters of color.
The high court will consider Texas’ appeal of a lower court ruling that found that state lawmakers drew discriminatory election maps.
There’s little daylight between the five candidates in the crowded Democratic primary to represent TX-23 when it comes to core party issues.