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When this legislative session in Texas ends, there will certainly be regrets about what was done — and what wasn’t. Belonging at the top of the latter, barring some dramatic reversal of fortune, will be Texas’ unwillingness to provide health …

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Hundreds of students across campus working on green fee-funded projects have helped reroute over 27,000 pounds of UT’s compost from landfills, plant over 75,000 seedlings and grow about 250 pounds of produce. The $5 student fee, the green fee, that …

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Drought-stricken Texas actually has no shortage of water — as long as we’re talking about seawater. And the point is that this state — with drought still restricting supplies while people still pour into the state — long ago should …

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