, a senior at Northwestern University, is a reporting fellow. He is the former co-editor-in-chief of Inside NU, SB Nation’s Northwestern website. Davis interned at the Half Moon Bay Review and the Medill Justice Project, where he worked on a story about juveniles sentenced to life in prison without parole, published by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. He also won a regional Mark of Excellence Award from the Society of Professional Journalists.
Robert Marbut Jr. helped develop the Haven for Hope homeless shelter in San Antonio, which Gov. Greg Abbott praised as "probably the best template" for addressing homelessness. But aspects of Marbut's approach have been criticized as harsh and patronizing. Full Story
The governor has vowed to use state resources to clear Austin's homeless residents from public spaces since city officials began changing local ordinances dictating where people can and can't camp. Full Story
Supporters want to send a clear message about Texas' business-friendly environment. Others think it's already hard enough to get such a tax passed, and future generations should be able to decide for themselves. Full Story