Texas: roads, laws, ways
I have driven tens of thousands of miles on roads that had no lane markings. Texas, like any state with sparsely populated areas, has many such roads. Some of those roads are dirt. Some places in south and west Texas, there are spots where the road is almost indiscernible from the scrub or flatland around it, except for slight ruts. Those last are the roads that autonomous vehicles must learn to navigate. Right now, that seems to be a problem.
I hope most who read this horrific story of a pregnancy gone wrong forever fight the “pro-life” movement.
Democracy empowers majorities. But other than laws, a state doesn’t necessarily feel all that different because 55% of its voters start to go one way rather than another. So I enjoyed Mimi Swartz’s evocation of Texas in her heart.