covers the law and its intersections with politics for the Tribune, where she started as a fellow in 2017. A graduate of Yale University, Emma is the former managing editor of the Yale Daily News.
A North Texas family is fighting to keep their 9-year-old daughter on a ventilator, though her doctors have said she is brain-dead. But a controversial, unusual Texas law gives doctors and hospitals broad decision-making power.
At an interview Saturday at the Texas Tribune Festival, the Minnesota Democrat talked about the Supreme Court and the Mueller probe — and carefully skirted questions about her own presidential ambitions.
In interviews with The Texas Tribune, both candidates were asked if they'd commit to serving their full six-year terms in the U.S. Senate. There has been speculation that either — or both — could run for president in 2020.
Justin Nelson, a Democrat running for attorney general, is positioning himself as the champion of protections for pre-existing conditions, one of the most popular provisions of the landmark health care law.
If a federal judge signs off on the new agreement, parents who failed their initial screening interviews and were ordered deported will have another chance to demonstrate their “credible fear” of returning to their home countries.