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The Texas Supreme Court ruled today that not being immune to coronavirus does not qualify voters for a mail-in ballot, The Texas Tribune reports:

In the latest twist in the legal fight over voting by mail during the coronavirus pandemic, the court agreed with Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton that the risk of contracting the virus alone does not meet the state's qualifications for voting by mail.

To qualify for an absentee ballot in Texas voters must be over 65 years of age, have a a disability or illness, be out of the country, or be in jail.

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Going solo? Austin has the second-highest spike in one-bedroom rent in the US, report says

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Introverts and personal space lovers may not want to make the move to Austin anytime soon: The Texas capital saw a bigger increase in one-bedroom rent prices than almost any other U.S. city in April, according to a Rent.com report.

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