Biden-Harris Administration to provide 804,000 borrowers with $39 billion in Automatic Loan Forgiveness as a result of fixes to Income Driven Repayment Plans. Discharges are the result of updated counts of progress toward student loan forgiveness. The Department of Education (Department) today will begin notifying
Gregg, Harrison, and Marion Counties’ Texas State Legislator, Jay Dean, recently announced he will seek re-election in next year’s election. Texas just completed its once-every-two-year legislative session and is now looking forward to special sessions to complete the year’s work. In the recent
“The death of the voucher bill is a victory for public education and Texas taxpayers. This voucher plan would have worsened the budgetary problems of under-funded public schools while enriching unregulated private schools with tax dollars.” Texas State Teachers Association (TSTA) President Ovidia
The latest marijuana convictions were identified through a follow-up examination of county court records. The previous group of cases identified for dismissal — nearly 66,000 in February 2020 — covered only an examination of state Department of Justice data, Gascón’s office said. “Dismissing
Council to Add Resolution to July 15 Agenda Denouncing White Unity Event The City Council will consider a resolution during its July 15 meeting denouncing a potential White Unity Event promoting hate and bigotry purportedly scheduled in the Longview area later this year.
Julie Woods & Associates presents the 2nd Annual “Hooray for Heroes” Appreciation Parade in honor of our local law enforcement officers at the Longview Police and Fire Departments. The “Hooray for Heroes” drive by appreciation parade will take place at Maude Cobb Convention
WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) delivered remarks at a press conference celebrating Senate passage of his bipartisan bill with U.S. Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) and U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (TX-18) to designate Juneteenth a federal holiday. Excerpts of Sen.
WASHINGTON –U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) released the following statement after his bipartisan bill with U.S. Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) and U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (TX-18) to make Juneteenth a federal holiday passed the Senate: “The freedom of all Americans that Texas
Over the years, there have been debates on whether college students should get paid for playing sports. The issue is no longer a debate. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed a bill recently that will allow college athletes in Georgia to make money off
For construction projects such as the police station, the City of Longview is required to accept the lowest bid and not consider whether a company is local. The $23.9 million contract is about 14.6% or about $4 million below the allocated construction budget