Immigration returns to the spotlight on Lone Star Politics. A South Texas judge temporarily halted President Obama’s executive orders on immigration. We examine what happens next after the ruling. Then, a gay couple gets married in Texas’ first legal wedding. But the debate is not over. See why on Lone Star Politics, this Sunday at 8:40 a.m. on NBC 5.
On this week’s Lone Star Politics, the open carry debate moves forward. We talk to Dallas State Sen. Don Huffines about why he supports the bills. And State Rep. Chris Turner tells us why he does not support keeping 1,000 Texas National Guard troops on the border with Mexico. Watch Lone Star Politics, this Sunday at 8:40 a.m. on NBC 5.
It is a $3.5 billion dollar project to bring a Disney-like theme park to Fort Worth. But will DreamVision actually happen? We ask Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price what concerns her about the proposal. Plus, we ask what she wants to accomplish as she runs for reelection. Watch Lone Star Politics, Sundays at 8:40 a.m on NBC 5.
The issue of open carry took center stage again at the Capitol. But State Sen. Don Huffines also wants a bill to pass that would allow people to openly carry handguns even if they do not have a license. The Dallas republican explains why he supports it on Lone Star Politics, this Sunday at 8:40 a.m. on NBC 5.