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This is your political report for July 17, 2019.
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San Antonio Business Journal
CPS Energy CEO to give up chamber chairmanship over lawsuit
...Council adopted the ordinance in August 2018, the chamber threw its weight behind a bill at the Texas Legislature aimed at killing the ordinance. The bill didn't pass before the legislative session ended, however,...
07/17/2019 Online
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Paris News
Angels beat Astros 7-2 for 5th straight W; Marisnick plunked
...remains one of the few states that maintains a system of partisan judicial selection. A tweet by Gov. Greg Abbott earlier this year signaled his willingness to support "an independent judiciary free from politics."...
07/17/2019 Online
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Dallas Morning News
Say what you will, former City Council member Carolyn Davis loved South Dallas
...and crime, improve housing and attract economic development.

It was Davis whose advocacy forced the Texas Department of Transportation to eliminate the so-called Dead Man's Curve and make U.S. Highway 175...
07/17/2019 Online
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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung
New senate bill, grant request will have law enforcement recognize signs of strangulation, assault
Law enforcement all over the state of Texas will gain new training starting Sept. 1.


Governor Greg Abbott signed Senate Bill 971 in May and will have law enforcement train in recognizing and documenting...
07/17/2019 Online
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KGBT (CBS) 4 (Harlingen)
Google, censorship and accusations of political bias
...who are trying to figure out how these companies could or should be regulated.


Republican Senator Ted Cruz of Texas chaired the hearing.


"As we’ve heard time and time again, Big Tech’s favorite defense...
07/17/2019 Online
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Houston Business Journal
‘I don’t trust you guys’: Lawmakers unite to take aim at Big Tech
...Washington’s widening range of concerns with Silicon Valley. Lawmakers from both parties, including Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, who oversees a subcommittee on the Constitution, and Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I., who...
07/17/2019 Online
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KTRH - NewsRadio 740
North Texas Town Rejects Pro-Life Sanctuary Ordinance
...never set up shop there."

Pro-life advocates are hoping more cities follow suit after the Texas Legislature failed to pass stricter abortion laws this past session.

Drucilla Tigner, reproductive rights...
07/17/2019 Online
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Austin Monitor
Despite property tax limits, Travis County remains committed to public defender’s office
...other commissioners have said they fear the new property tax limits recently enacted by the state Legislature will make it difficult to fund the new office, even with the help from the TIDC grant, they did...
07/17/2019 Online
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Texarkana Gazette
Lawmaker: Compensation for years of nuclear-weapons testing should be expanded
...exposed to radiation from years of nuclear weapons testing and uranium mining would be expanded under legislation that seeks to address fallout across the western United States, Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands....
07/16/2019 Online
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Galveston Daily News
School-based officers' roles evolve in new era of school safety
...This year, Senate Bill 11, a comprehensive school finance reform bill that was signed into law by Gov. Greg Abbott in June, mandated several new requirements for school safety that require the participation...
07/16/2019 Online
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Dallas Business Journal
Texas Instruments says it will delay Richardson plant two years
...will garner about $3.1 billion in capital investments and create more than 480 jobs, Texas Governor Greg Abbott said earlier this year on his website.

But in May, Texas Instruments advised in a letter to...
07/16/2019 Online
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KEYE CBS 42 Austin
CDC Director comments on risks of West Nile disease in Texas
...Texas."

This year in Texas there has been no confirmed human cases of West Nile.

A map from the Texas Department of Health and Human Services shows 39 counties where mosquitoes have tested positive for...
07/16/2019 Online
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Coppell Gazette
Coppell's budget season is in full swing
...based on the certified values. Staff also presents any changes to the tax rate.

While the Texas Legislature passed Senate Bill 2 - also known as the Texas Property Tax Reform and Transparency Act - in 2019,...
07/16/2019 Online
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WFAA ABC 8 Dallas
Ross Perot remembered as 'Bill Gates, Leonardo da Vinci and Rambo all wrapped in one'
...video feeds inside an adjacent hall and at nearby Highland Park Presbyterian Church.


Texas Governor Greg Abbott, several North Texas lawmakers, billionaire oilman T. Boone Pickens and Dallas Cowboys legend...
07/16/2019 Online
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KWTX (CBS) 10 (Waco)
Texas governor places resources on standby ahead of tropical storm
AUSTIN, Texas (KWTX) Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Friday offered assistance to Louisiana as Tropical Storm Barry approaches the state’s Gulf Coast including Texas Task Force 1’s Type III Urban Search and Rescue...
07/16/2019 Online
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