In this issue of The Texas Observer : The Texas Observer is an Austin-based nonprofit news organization known for fearless investigative reporting, narrative storytelling and sophisticated cultural criticism about all things Texan. The nonprofit Texas Democracy Foundation publishes the Texas Observer bimonthly magazine and texasobserver.org.
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In this issue...
Portraits of the Pandemic: A year and a half into the pandemic, with the majority of Texas’ population still unvaccinated, Texans cautiously navigate their way into the next uncertain chapter; Justice for Some: Texas Rangers are responsible for investigating public integrity complaints statewide. Rarely do those investigations yield any accountability; Plagued by Pain: Across the country, medical boards allow abusive doctors to keep seeing patients. And patients addicted to opioids keep going back.
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