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Supreme Court Sets Election-Year Clash On ImmigrationTexas is leading 26 mainly Republican-dominated states in challenging the Democratic administration's immigration plan.
President Obama's Final State Of The Union AddressPresident Obama says one of the few regrets of his presidency is that too many Americans feel their voice doesn't matter in democracy.
High Court To Hear Dispute Over Public Sector Union FeesA Supreme Court dispute over public-sector union fees could sap the finances of organized labor and further erode the power of the nation's labor movement.
Supreme Court Torn Over Texas Affirmative Action ProgramTorn as ever over race, the Supreme Court on Wednesday weighed whether it's time to end the use of race in college admissions nationwide or at least at the University of Texas.
Supreme Court Justices Weigh Meaning Of 'One Person, One Vote'The Supreme Court is treading gingerly on a question of immense importance to the nation's growing Hispanic population: whether states must count all residents, or only eligible voters, in drawing electoral districts.
Exclusive: Collin Co. Woman Sues Employer, Insurance Co. For DiscriminationThe federal lawsuit may be the first of its kind because it also accuses Aetna of violating a provision of the Affordable Care Act, which says federal contractors and subcontractors can't discriminate based on gender identity.
Judge Clears Way For Removal Of Jefferson Davis Statue From UT CampusThe University will move Davis to the campus Briscoe Center history museum, which also houses one of the nation's largest archives on slavery.
Federal Court Rejects Condemned Inmate's Racial Appeal ClaimA federal appeals court has rejected an appeal from a Texas death row inmate whose supporters contend was sentenced unfairly because of his race.
Texas Officials Amend Death Certificate To Reflect Gay UnionState officials say they've complied with a court order and amended the death certificate of a man to include the name of his same-sex spouse.
Dallas Churches Miles Apart On Same-Sex DecisionCBS11 went to two very different church services on the first Sunday since the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling legalizing same-sex marriage.
Texas AG Says County Clerks Don't Have To Issue Marriage Licenses To Gay Couples"Numerous lawyers stand ready to assist clerks defending their religious beliefs... and I will do everything I can from this office to be a public voice for those standing in defense of their rights."
Dozens Of Same-Sex Couples Get Marriage Licenses In Tarrant CountySharon Nelson and Debbie Clark had tears of joy in their eyes as they walked out of the Tarrant County Clerk's office with a marriage license.

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