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Petitions have been submitted from all 50 states to secede from the union. In Texas’ petition, petitioners state one thing they hope to achieve from seceding is to “re-secure their rights and liberties in accordance with the original ideas and beliefs of our founding fathers which are no longer being reflected by the federal government.”
The amount of trivial decisions we are faced with each day is unreal and can sometimes make significant decisions seem overwhelming.
In an article titled, “Texas students should not take a back seat to research,” published in the March 31 issue of the Houston Chronicle and on the Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF) Website
Houstonians voted against red light cameras Nov. 2. Those cameras within Houston city limits were shut down Nov. 15.
There is no question that legalization of marijuana is and will be the center of controversy until its prohibition ends.
The current smoking policy at UHCL, approved by the University Life Committee Jan. 23, 2008, applies to all university controlled and owned property
– except the University Forest Apartments. The policy states that the university is a smoke-free campus, except for officially posted designated areas.
The estimated Hispanic population of the United States based on the Census Facts as of July 1, 2009, is 48.4 million. Despite the growing interest the newly titled “largest minority group” has generated, there is still a question of whether this segment of our community can render demographics into political influence. With so much power in numbers, why is the Hispanic community still not making an impact at the voting polls?
The U.S. Supreme Court will soon be faced with a challenge to rule whether or not free speech can take precedence over an individual’s right to privacy.