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Even as a federal appeals court prepares to review the constitutionality of Texas’ controversial voter ID law, the law will remain in effect, the U.S. Supreme Court said in an order Friday.

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The U.S. Treasury last week decided to replace Andrew Jackson on the front of the $20 bill with Harriet Tubman. NPR’s Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep wrote a book about Jackson. He says he sees parallels between the former President and the leading candidates for the job in 2016.

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The top local stories this morning from KERA News: Another round of storms are expected to roll in this afternoon and some are expected to be severe.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: The new ramp is a part of the ongoing TxDOT Horseshoe Project; award-winning sportswriter Blackie Sherrod leaves his legacy in writing; listen to an exclusive interview with Diane Rehm on Think; and more.

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Meet the newest weapon in the Dallas police arsenal: the sponge gun. It launches a hardened foam projectile and gives officers an alternative to shooting a gun with bullets. 

Bathroom Law Battle Begins To Take Hold In Texas

Apr 28, 2016
Spencer Selvidge / Texas Tribune

The battle over who exactly can use which bathroom may be coming to Texas. 

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The top local stories this morning from KERA News: Texas lawmakers will meet today to examine policies on how human fetal tissue is used for scientific research.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Animal Control hopes to increase citations by 500 percent; Ted Cruz named a running mate; take a tour of NPR with Susan Stamberg; and more.

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The top local stories this morning from KERA News: National Weather Service crews are out in Grayson county this morning to survey damage.

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Five stories that have North Texas talking: Everybody’s transplanting to Texas; Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick wants to cut financial aid to lower college tuition; State of the Arts is coming to Fort Worth; and more.

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