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Camp Esperanza, a state-sanctioned camp in Southeast Austin, will expand under the county's new iniative. (Jordan Vonderhaar)

The Travis County Commissioners Court voted unanimously Tuesday afternoon to invest $110 million in COVID-19 recovery funds in homelessness prevention and affordable housing.

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The Texas Supreme Court voted unanimously Wednesday for the city's Proposition A ballot language to be replaced with Save Austin Now's captioned ballot language, but the court held that a budget for the proposition must be included on the Nov. 2 ballot.

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Mayor Steve Adler criticized "misinformation" surrounding the pandemic and Austin's public safety at his annual State of the City address.

In his second-straight annual State of the City address during the pandemic, Austin Mayor Steve Adler wanted the city to know that Austin is doing well. But he also made a point to discredit what he called "misinformation" surrounding the pandemic, Austin's public safety and his relationship with the Austin Police Department.

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Save Austin Now is gaining support of local business owners to sue the city over Prop B enforcement. (Jordan Vonderhaar)

Save Austin Now, the local advocacy group calling for the enforcement of the homeless camping ban, announced that along with four local business owners, they have filed a lawsuit against the City of Austin for the "absolute refusal to fully enforce Prop B."

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