Will he or won't he?
The Texas political class has been abuzz this week about more than just Democratic state Sen. Wendy Davis's abortion bill filibuster-heard-round-the-nation.
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All this week, NPR is taking a look at the demographic changes that could reshape the political landscape in Texas o
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Stephen Klineberg polishes off a spicy lamb mint burger, mops his brow and recalls the Houston he moved to as a young professor in the 1970s.
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Vice President Joe Biden and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid insist gun control legislation is not dead — they say they're strategizing on how to bring the issue back to the Senate floor.
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