TBC 21 | Texas District 22
  In many ways, local politics impacts people much more than federal politics does. In recognition of that fact, Texas District 22 hopeful, Jacorion Randle has a list of things on his mind in his bid to move the state forward as he runs for election to the Texas House of Representatives. A firm Republican and staunch Trump supporter, Jacorion recognizes the president’s legacy in the state, particularly in the oil and gas industry. Still
TBC 20 | Understanding Family Law
  The COVID-19 Pandemic has put a stop to our day-to-day lives. For those in the litigation business, this means a delay in various processes when handling a case. Talking further about the repercussions of this unprecedented global crisis, Jason Byrd sits down with Attorney Tonya Toups. Exclusively practicing in the area of Family Law, Tonya shares how she is dealing with divorce and custody issues during this time. She talks about how she guides clients
TBC 19 | Jefferson County Democratic Party
  With elections just around the corner, it helps to know the important people who are going to be leading our community in the future. Jason Byrd offers up a platform for that in this insightful episode. He has over Joseph Trahan, who is running to be the next chair of the Jefferson County Democratic Party. In this position, Joseph would play an important role in leading the party, determining the direction in how they
TBC 18 | Jefferson County Party Chair
  A senior pastor’s wife, Ava Graves has been active in her church in Houston even before she was married. Ava is the democratic party chair at Jefferson County in Texas. On today’s show, she joins Jason Byrd to talk about why she loves Beaumont City, her life and work as a senior pastor’s wife, and becoming Jefferson County’s democratic party chair. She also talks a little bit about being a community volunteer and shares
TBC 17 | TPC Explosion
  On November 27, 2019, two massive explosions tore through TPC Group’s chemical plant in Port Neches, Texas. Chemical and petroleum-based products blew up in smoke and have since affected many in the area, prompting a mandatory evacuation among those within a four-mile radius. Discussing this recent event,  host Jason Byrd brings on two guests to share with us their experiences and insights about this TPC Explosion – local reporter Tiffany Murphy and local business

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