Press Releases

Payday Lenders Sue Federal Consumer Bureau to Abolish Borrower Protections
A successful lawsuit would mean more working families remain stuck in crippling debt
April 10, 2018
New Study Shows Disjointed Policy and Funding Exacerbate Youth Homelessness in Texas
Most comprehensive study to date of youth homelessness in Texas finds tens of thousands of youth experience homelessness each year due to inadequate support
November 15, 2017
Lawsuit Alleges Discrimination in Port Isabel Hurricane Rebuild Efforts
Millions of dollars in damages sought to reconcile wrongful actions
November 6, 2017
Texas Appleseed’s Scholarship Available to Help Fulfill Dreams of Law School
Deadline Approaching to Apply for Diversity Legal Scholars Scholarship
June 15, 2017
New Analysis of Texas Crime Data Suggests 17-Year-Olds Should Be Treated As Juveniles, Not Adults
Few Differences Found in Offenses Committed by 16- and 17-Year-Olds, but Disparate Treatment Leads to Worse Outcomes for 17-Year-Olds
April 11, 2017

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