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FeatureFebruary 27, 2017

Alumni Spotlight: Matthew Randazzo (MPAff '03), CEO of the National Math and Science Initiative

Matthew came to the LBJ School with an interest in education and social policy. He appreciates that while he was able to study education policy, LBJ gave him a breadth of knowledge and tools for his career, especially his ability to learn.

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FeatureNovember 29, 2016

The David Warner Graduate Fellowship Endowment

The David Warner Graduate Fellowship Endowment will commemorate Dr. Warner's more than 40 years of service and reduce the financial burden of LBJ School graduate students. Click here to find out more.

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NewsAugust 5, 2014

In-depth analysis of Affordable Care Act implementation in Texas released by LBJ School

Researchers at the LBJ School of Public Affairs have released a report that offers an in-depth analysis of the rollout of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in Texas. This report, which is part of a national effort, provides detailed background information on the history of the Affordable Care Act in Texas. In addition, it focuses on the impact of the ACA on Medicaid, CHIP, immigrant workers and the self-employed.

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Media MentionApril 15, 2014

Fill in the gap

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NewsFebruary 10, 2014

LBJ School researchers investigate implementation of Affordable Care Act in Texas

Professors David Warner and Sam Richardson, along with 17 LBJ School students, are spending their school year examining the technical details of the ACA and the specific ways in which Texas is rolling it out. The research is part of a larger, 29-state research project organized by The Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government and the Fels Institute of Government.

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NewsFebruary 8, 2013

83rd Texas State Legislature faculty experts guide

The 83rd Texas State Legislature is in full swing and while the state budget, education finance and redistricting are set to be the most pressing issues that the legislature will tackle, myriad of other issues are likely to come before the session. Faculty experts from the LBJ School of Public Affairs are available to discuss policy and political issues from a variety of perspectives.

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NewsJuly 28, 2012

LBJ School faculty explore policy implications of landmark Supreme Court rulings

LBJ School faculty members delve into the greater ramifications of the recent Supreme Court rulings on the Affordable Health Care Act, immigration and mandatory life sentences for juvenile offenders. For state lawmakers and policymakers, the rulings mark just the beginning of what, in some cases, represent major, sweeping changes to state laws and policies.

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NewsJuly 25, 2012

Affordable Care Act is here to stay

The Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act means that changes already implemented will remain and projected changes in availability of insurance, penalties for those who do not obtain coverage, changes in taxes and fees and optional expansion of state Medicaid programs will all proceed as legislated in 2010.

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Media MentionMarch 29, 2012

Latest in health care battle

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Media MentionJanuary 20, 2012

Feds raid former state lawmaker's business

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