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New in TribTalk: Conway on Abortion

Group from the Tarrant County Republican Party gather outside the Wiley G. Thomas Jr, Colisem where Texas Sen. Wendy Davis D-Ft.Worth is expected to announce her candidacy for Texas Governor
Group from the Tarrant County Republican Party gather outside the Wiley G. Thomas Jr, Colisem where Texas Sen. Wendy Davis D-Ft.Worth is expected to announce her candidacy for Texas Governor

Melissa Conway of Texas Right to Life makes a case for why the anti-abortion movement is a justice movement.

In Sprawling Texas, Walkability Gains a Toehold

Klyde Warren Park, a five-acre space built on a platform over a freeway in Dallas, was completed in 2012, providing a lively, walkable link between downtown and neighboring Uptown.
Klyde Warren Park, a five-acre space built on a platform over a freeway in Dallas, was completed in 2012, providing a lively, walkable link between downtown and neighboring Uptown.

Advocates for more pedestrian-friendly urban cores and communities say interest in making Texas cities more walkable is on the rise — a shift spurred in part by changing demographics and the state’s growing population.

Event: Water — Now What?

Ahead of a November election that will include a ballot measure on state spending for water infrastructure, the Tribune and In the Flow are pleased to present a conversation with Carlos Rubinstein and state Rep. Jim Keffer.

Event: Water — Now What?

Jacob's Well, a spring in Wimberley.
Jacob's Well, a spring in Wimberley.

The Tribune and In the Flow are pleased to present two conversations, in Houston and Fort Worth, about the 2013 ballot initiative on state spending for water infrastructure. 

Event: Water — Now What?

Ahead of a November election that will include a ballot measure on water infrastructure, the Tribune and In the Flow are pleased to present a conversation with state Rep. Lyle Larson and Robert Puente, president of the San Antonio Water System.