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Daily Legislative Clipping Service for January 5, 2018 Select another date

The Legislative Reference Library produces a Daily Newspaper Clipping Service for members of the Legislative community. Each morning, Library staff members select and compile articles of interest to the legislature from over 30 national and regional newspapers.

Headline Newspaper Columnist Date Related Links
It's past time our government was representative of the women it serves Dallas Morning News  Editorial 01/05/18  
Big as Texas? Lone Star election turnout is minuscule Houston Chronicle  Editorial 01/05/18  
Teachers are working harder than ever, but Texas is failing its special needs students Dallas Morning News  Kirchoff, K. 01/05/18 2 doc(s)
Ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic starts in Houston Houston Chronicle  Ali, S. 01/05/18  
Feds limit individual choices San Antonio Express News  Nichta, T. 01/05/18  
Surging Texas tax collections brighten state’s gloomy fiscal outlook Dallas Morning News  Garrett, R. 01/05/18 2 TX bill(s) 3 doc(s)
Democrats hope Texas voters choose politics over football game Austin American Statesman  Herman, K. 01/05/18  
Why was Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings on the radar of a national opposition research group? Dallas Morning News  Hallman, T. 01/05/18  
Where’s the border security? Texas Republicans blame Trump Fort Worth Star-Telegram  Drusch, A. 01/05/18 1 doc(s)
Gov. Abbott endorses Sen. Huffman in primary fight Houston Chronicle  Ward, M. 01/05/18 2 TX bill(s)
Hurricane relief tied to Jan. 19 government funding deal Houston Chronicle  Ward, M. 01/05/18 2 doc(s)
Texas Health and Human Services Commission hit with wrongful-termination lawsuit San Antonio Express News  Morris, A. 01/05/18 1 doc(s)
McManus: Police did not have jurisdiction to detain migrants San Antonio Express News  Buch, J. 01/05/18 1 TX bill 2 doc(s)
2018 will see more voter ID law nonsense Amarillo Globe-News  Editorial 01/04/18 1 TX bill 1 doc(s)
Nearly 24,000 Texas state employees quit in 2017, report finds Dallas Morning News  Wang, J. 01/05/18 2 doc(s)
Farenthold delays decision on reimbursing taxpayers for sexual harassment settlement Corpus Christi Caller Times  Moritz, J. 01/04/18 2 doc(s)
Two East Texans named to prison education panel Longview News-Journal  Staff 01/04/18 1 TX bill
Can States Fix the G.O.P. Tax Law? New York Times  Editorial 01/05/18  
Public hearing/formal meeting notice     01/04/18  

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