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On June 1st back in 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill—House Bill 25—that will eliminate the option to vote straight-ticket in Texas, starting in 2020. Basically, this means you
I’m old school. That makes me old-fashioned. To some, I’m a curmudgeon because I’ve got a few pet peeves. That’s fine by me. Days leading up to Easter, I saw
You go to a bank or some other lending agency and get a loan to purchase a piece of land, home or business.
I write to you from the Texas Capitol, where the House just overwhelmingly passed a major school finance reform package, House Bill 3. If finally passed into law, this legislation
Dear readers, my name is Joshua Orr. I am 19 years old and a first-year junior at Texas State University, where I will begin studying social work in the fall
Most six-year-olds probably were anxious to attend class in Old Red, Elgin’s stately red-brick elementary school located on South Avenue C. From my kindergarten porch, I often sat staring at
AUSTIN — The Texas House of Representatives on April 3 approved much-anticipated legislation written to revise the state’s public school finance system. The vote was 148-1, and the bill now
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