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Dear friend: It’s Monday morning, and the Senate is about to convene to vote out controversial bills that target transgender Texans, further restrict abortion access, and cap local revenue, among other items. Although the Governor added school finance reform to the Special …

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Dear friend: We have less than two weeks left in the 85th Regular Session, and bills are either passing the Legislature or dying. In the House in particular, over 200 bills died to parliamentary procedures taken by a handful of …

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Dear friend: Today is May Day, or International Worker’ Day! We take the rights of workers to be treated fairly for granted, but things like the eight-hour workday, weekends off, and basic safety were not freely given. They had to …

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Dear friend: I’ve been sending weekly updates on the Legislature because that’s the center of activity from January to June in odd-numbered years for elected state officials. Although it’s virtually all-encompassing for those of us engaged in the work, there …

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Dear Friend: It was Easter last week, and Passover until tomorrow; it is a special time of year. Many of us observe at church or synagogue and at home; students enjoy a few well-deserved days of rest; and families come …

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Dear Friend: Last week, I wrote about the many bad bills prioritized in the Texas Senate. While those are important, and rightfully grab a large share of headlines, there is much more to what we do. This is the part …

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