TribWeek: Top Texas News for the Week of 6/16/14

In a year when immigration issues have figured prominently in primary elections, the University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll finds voters — particularly conservative voters — taking a hard line. Texas voters believe men make more than women for equal work, and they support three exceptions to abortion bans. But the overall numbers hide gender differences. And those voters do not see the necessity of a college education as strongly as they did four years ago, and they are open to a range of potentially major changes in public education, according to the UT/TT Poll.

A day after state leaders announced ...

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