Press Coverage


  • CW39 NewsFix

    HOUSTON - It's no 'Occupy' sized demonstration, but a group of activists do have a message for Texas Senator Ted Cruz this Thanksgiving. “We're saying 'thanks, but no thanks' to this tax cut. We're telling Ted Cruz to vote against the GOP tax scam. A huge Christmas wrapped tax cut for the wealthy on the backs of the working class,” said Daniel Cohen with Indivisible Houston. But wait, that's not what President Trump called it on Monday, saying, “We're going to give the American

  • Free Press Houston

    “When you see people’s faces with the chicken, they’re all smiles. It’s therapeutic, really.”

  • Houston Chronicle

    Members of Tax March Houston and Indivisible Houston gave the prop a ride through downtown to protest what they called the "Trump Tax Scam," or the Republican Tax Plan released last week. The so-called "Ride of the Chicken" aimed to raise awareness about the tax plan, which Democrats have criticized as a tax cut for the wealthiest Americans and Republicans have pushed as a pro-business corporate tax cut.

  • United We Dream

    Houston, TX – Late yesterday, immigrant leaders with United We Dream Houston and clergy from TX-7 met with US Rep. John Culberson to demand a clean Dream Act by December of this year. This follows Trump’s decision to kill DACA earlier this year–a program that offered safety from deportation and the ability to work for more than 800,000 undocumented youth across the country, and an estimated 124,000 young Texans.

  • CW39 NewsFix

    HOUSTON - There's been a lot of talk about patriotism the past few days. Is there anything more required for being considered patriotic, than voting?! “If we want to keep our Democracy, we have to vote. That is our God given right,” said Kevin Mendoza. The fourth Tuesday of every September is National Voter Registration Day. "A lot of people think they’re registered, and they’re not registered to vote. They don’t understand that when you move, you have to update your

  • CW39 NewsFix

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - The prognosis on the latest bill to repeal Obamacare is in. Using medical jargon, it's a code blue. The Graham-Cassidy bill is dead. Senators will not vote on it because they don't have the requisite 51 votes needed to pass it. One reason might be the that the Congressional Budget Office said the bill would drastically cut Medicaid and leave millions more without health insurance. Senate Democrats have a different treatment plan. "Each of our ideas, however, endeavors to... Read more...