Tag: Texas

EDITORIAL: Texas abortion law opens can of worms

The “heartbeat” bill has opened a can of worms that could potentially lead any state to enlist bounty hunters in order to circumvent the Constitution. Texas’ new abortion law, Senate Bill 8 or S.B.8, incentivizes their citizens to open a civil lawsuit against anybody who assists a person who receives an abortion after six weeks.

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Guns allowed on Texas college campuses

Written by Nicole Tambunan We all dread coming to school for a good amount of reasons, like having two back-to-back finals, leaving your nest of a bed for an 8 a.m. class, or the worst – oral presentations. Now add one more item to that list: someone at your school might be carrying a gun.

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2-in-1 L.A. restaurant comes to Riverside

  PATRICIA MEJIA | STAFF WRITER Vietnamese eatery Calibasil and international flat bread concept known as Oven 450 opened its doors for the first time on the sunny afternoon of Oct. 25. Not being what I expected, I was taken away by the originality of this new hip two-in-one restaurant. Focusing on Vietnamese specialty Pho and Banh Mi sandwiches, Calibasil allows you to customize your

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A leg up on the competition

RCC rolls over L.A. Harbor Seahawks in 71-0 rout. John Braxton | Staff Writer The Tigers are off to a 3-0 start, but this victory would not come easily. Saddleback fought and mounted a come back, but would eventually come up a little short in a hard fought battle. The Tigers’ first score of the

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