A U.S. Census report out Thursday shows the changing make up of our nation.
77-year-old J.W. White remembers how things used to be. “I remember when you had to pay a dollar and a half for poll tax,” he said.
Drawing new lines in Dallas is a controversial proposal. On Wednesday a plan was formally presented to the city council.
City leaders in Dallas are set to redraw area political boundaries. The City Council will be briefed on a proposed redistricting map on Wednesday.
Hispanic students for the first time make up the majority of students enrolled in Texas public schools.
Census numbers set for release Thursday afternoon are expected to show huge growth in the Hispanic population in Texas.
A new group hopes to grow the number of Hispanic Republicans.
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