Lindsay Carbonell — Click for higher resolution staff photos

Lindsay Carbonell is a summer 2016 data visualization fellow at the Tribune. Before the Tribune, Lindsay was a staff writer and editor for the Daily Tar Heel and a web developer for a community newspaper in Durham, N.C. She is a rising senior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill studying journalism and computer science.

Recent Contributions

 Illustration by Todd Wiseman / The Texas Tribune

Texas vs. the Feds — A Look at the Lawsuits

Since President Obama took office in 2009, the state of Texas has sued his administration at least 48 times. Here's a look at each of those cases.

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 Callie Richmond

Wrongful Convictions Have Cost Texans More Than $93 Million

Texas has paid 101 men and women who were wrongfully sent to prison $93.6 million over the past 25 years, state data shows. The tab stands to grow as those wrongfully imprisoned individuals age and more people join the list.

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 Scott Cresswell

Young Texans Make Up Most Diverse Generation

The youngest Texans appear destined to make the state dramatically more diverse as the white share of population drops. More than two-thirds of Texans under age 19 are non-white, according to new census figures.

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 Cheryl Gerber for The Texas Tribune

Texas' Voter ID Defense Has Cost $3.5 Million

Texas taxpayers are still picking up the tab for defending the nation’s strictest voter identification law more than five years after Republicans fast-tracked it through the Legislature.

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