Julieta Chiquillo, The Dallas Morning News

Julieta Chiquillo

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Recent articles by Julieta:

Texas, why can’t we be honest about pregnancy when we discuss abortion?

It is the Year of our Lord 2021. Women now outnumber men on college campuses. We serve in juries, the military, Congress. We’ve been to space. We run... → Read More

I want to go back to the office. Does that make me a bad mom?

My 2-year-old son is a cheerful, curious, incessantly chatty boy who sings to himself in his crib and who waves to the garbage man on Fridays. As his... → Read More

The most ‘fed up’ quotes of the week

“We tried to be as diplomatic as we can. Sometime everyone needs to reach their breaking point. When you start talking about not only depriving Texans of... → Read More

‘I was sick to my stomach’ and other quotes commanding our attention this week

“I can’t remember what I was doing, but ... I was sick to my stomach ... to see our nation’s Capitol being stormed by hostile forces. And it really... → Read More

Troubles back home mean more community here for Venezuelans who resettle in North Texas

Jennifer Granadillo remembers nearly 20 years ago when she could count on one hand all the Venezuelans she knew in her new home of North Texas. But now she... → Read More

Years past original deadline and millions of dollars over budget, Dallas County hits pause on courts software

Dallas County in 2012 embarked on a new venture: development of a case-tracking software that could be used in any Texas criminal court — and... → Read More

Despite backlash, Carrollton approves ordinance protecting LGBT city employees, others

A national debate over LGBT rights came late Tuesday to Carrollton as the City Council approved an ordinance to protect city employees and... → Read More

Dallas, Collin counties not ready to send out letters asking voters to prove citizenship

Despite receiving a list of possible noncitizen voters flagged by the state, Collin County won’t send notices to voters requesting proof of... → Read More

Carrollton leaders consider anti-discrimination protections for city LGBT employees, others

The Carrollton City Council will consider an ordinance Tuesday that would shield city employees, contractors and political appointees from... → Read More

Texas issues new guidelines for counties to probe whether noncitizens voted

AUSTIN -- The Texas Secretary of State's office on Friday sent counties new guidance how to investigate whether tens of thousands of non-citizens... → Read More

Tens of thousands removed from potential non-citizen voters list after counties find flawed data

This is a developing story. Check back later for additional information.AUSTIN -- Thousands of people whom state officials put on a list of... → Read More

List of 98,000 potential non-citizen voters 'may have been overstated,' Texas secretary of state tells counties

The Texas secretary of state’s asked at least four county elections offices Tuesday to hold off on demanding proof of citizenship from people on... → Read More

Federal shutdown over for now, but Dallas housing voucher holders and landlords still fear pinch

Housing advocates expressed relief Friday after President Donald Trump agreed to reopen government for three weeks, potentially averting a crisis... → Read More

Last-minute confusion as Dallas County scrambles to meet feds' deadline to remake bail system

Dallas County officials have had months to figure out how to comply with a federal order to stop using fixed cash-bail amounts as a condition for... → Read More

DeSoto psych hospital seeks feds' oversight after inspections found underage sex, medication issues

A DeSoto psychiatric hospital, which the feds say put patients in “immediate jeopardy” of harm, will continue to receive Medicare funds for at... → Read More

Dozens of people are getting free refurbished bikes courtesy of Dallas County inmates

Dallas County inmate Eliza Zabaleta gushes when Roy Love, a detention services officer, places a small pink bicycle over a repair stand. Disney... → Read More

Dallas County doing random checks on jailers after inmate's death

Dallas County officials say they are now keeping a closer watch over jailers after an inmate died and the jail failed a state inspection this... → Read More

Overseer will be judge's 'eyes and ears' at fire-ravaged Far East Dallas apartments

A state district court on Friday appointed a Texas real estate company executive to take over a Far East Dallas apartment complex where a vicious... → Read More

The deadline to enroll for Obamacare is Saturday; here's where to get help signing up in North Texas

The deadline to enroll in the federal health insurance marketplace — also known as Obamacare — is 11 p.m. Saturday. Dallas County has provided... → Read More

In Dallas and Mesquite, voters complain of intimidation at polling places

Conservatives have built a divisive wall — one made of political placards at the Lakeside Activity Center in Mesquite.And at the Lochwood Branch... → Read More