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At first, the house on Spanish Point Drive brought happy memories to Darin White. His daughter had been born in the split-level home, bought in 2008 for $134,501 in a developing neighborhood in El Paso. White, a master sergeant in …

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Homeowners and small businesses increasingly use rooftop solar to generate power and lower electricity costs. Communities win when more solar is installed. It creates local jobs, reduces reliance on polluting traditional generation and reduces the need for electric companies to …

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AUSTIN – Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick was sanguine as he once again left Senate Democrats powerless, comparing their scuffle to two football teams that skirmish on the field then go out for beer and barbecue afterward. Maybe, if it’s the …

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Moving with haste that Democrats called unseemly, Republicans in the Texas Senate set an aggressive pace, giving initial approval to two key bills Wednesday before returning to the Capitol shortly after midnight to finish work on the legislation. The unusual schedule was designed to …

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You may have heard that some legislators in Austin are wearing “20 for 20” buttons. Others are sporting ones that say “Sunset and Sine Die.” The first are on the lapels of those who support the passage of all 20 …

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