The border crisis has spawned concern over health care, or the lack thereof. Accusations of serious disease are being flung at the thousands of children crossing the border, but the experts say that may not be an accurate depiction. We discussed the situation with medical experts at the national and state level to see if the finger-pointing is merited.

Plus, religious organizations have worked hard to further the dialogue surrounding the Texas immigration crisis. Bishop Joe Vásquez of the Austin Diocese joined us Wednesday to explain why they are contacting Congress directly, and what they hope to accomplish.

ABORTION LAW UPDATE

A controversial law that could eventually shut down all but six abortion clinics in the state of Texas has returned to the spotlight. A new study suggests women are getting 13 percent fewer legal abortions one year after the law passed. We looked into the law’s effects and explained why more research is necessary.

WORKFORCE REPORT

Texas has been praised recently for its booming industry and skyrocketing population, but with such a fast-growing number of young people comes the need for adequate job training. State Comptroller Susan Combs explained a new study on the Texas workforce and talked about long-term plans to meet employers’ needs.

CARBON EMISSION CLASH

The Obama administration is attempting to cut carbon emissions from power plants, but Senate Republicans are united in disapproval. Find out why the Environmental Protection Agency is in hot water, and what the regulations could mean for Texas.