The top local stories this afternoon from KERA News: Almost three months ago, Fort Worth became the epicenter of a fierce debate over the rights of transgender students. On Wednesday, that city’s school district revised its controversial anti-bullying guidelines.
A look at the reaction in North Texas to Wednesday’s federal appeals court ruling that the state’s Voter ID Law violates the Voting Rights Act.
Other stories this afternoon:
- Texas was Ted Cruz territory before he dropped out of the presidential race, and getting all the delegates behind Donald Trump on Tuesday took some effort behind the scenes. Andrew Schneider is covering the convention for Houston Public Media, and he spoke from Cleveland with KERA’s Sam Baker.
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