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EL PASO – Federal and state border representatives at a bi-national conference in El Paso on Friday said that in order for the U.S.-Mexico border region to be economically competitive in a global marketplace, negative myths surrounding the border must …

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Now that Labor Day has passed, campaign season is in full swing. However, instead of making it easier to vote, the state’s leadership has made it more difficult. Consequently, there are several issues that impact voters this year. Texas ranked …

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While Gov. Rick Perry and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz compete for the conservative tough talker award, they share something in common other than their apparent ambitions to be the 45th president — they’re among the leading proponents of the Big Lie …

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School is right around the corner, and so is a ruling on the state’s system of school finance. In February 2013, District Judge John Dietz issued a preliminary bench ruling that Texas’ school funding system is unconstitutionally inadequate for bilingual …

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