The immigration crisis continues to be top news for Texas, with protesters on all sides of the issue growing more vocal.

In Friday’s Capital Tonight, we heard from demonstrators aligned with Tea Party sentiment, who blame Mexico for the influx of Central American immigrants.

REPORTER ROUNDTABLE

Wendy Davis and Greg Abbott have both achieved fundraising milestones this week, but are the numbers all that they seem?

We sat down with Jay Root of the Texas Tribune, Wayne Slater with The Dallas Morning News and Lauren McGaughy with the Houston Chronicle to discuss whether or not the campaigns are bragging about finance facts they can’t cash. UT leadership is also under scrutiny, as a committee investigating Regent Wallace Hall decides what to do next. After Powers’ public resignation last week, we talked about whether Hall’s impeachment is a real possibility.

CHECKING THE FACTS

Rep. John Boehner is suing President Obama over his use of executive orders, but is the lawsuit really based on fact? We talked with Gardner Selby from PolitiFact Texas to analyze some voices from both sides of the aisle. National politics then gets a reboot by HBO, as the popular cable network plans to translate a play to the small screen.