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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
Smarter on Pot Dallas Morning News  Editorial 06/22/18 5 doc(s)
More charter oversight is needed to prevent personal gain Houston Chronicle  Editorial 06/22/18 1 doc(s)
High court punts on fair representations San Antonio Express News  Editorial 06/22/18 2 doc(s)
Former educator disarms argument to equip teachers with guns Houston Chronicle  Bursey, M. 06/22/18 6 doc(s)
Justices rule that states may require online retailers to collect sales taxes Austin American Statesman  Barnes, R. 06/22/18 3 doc(s)
States can force online retailers to collect taxes Dallas Morning News  Halkias, M. 06/22/18 4 doc(s)
Dems rallying round O’Rourke Dallas Morning News  Jeffers Jr., G. 06/22/18  
Texas Democrats warn it will take more to win than anti-Trump message Houston Chronicle  Zelinski, A. 06/22/18 1 doc(s)
San Antonio City Council gives initial approval to new hotel fee to fund tourism promotion San Antonio Express News  Fechter, J. 06/22/18 1 doc(s)
Dems seek to ride wave of outrage Austin American Statesman  Tilove, J. 06/22/18 4 doc(s)
Hopeful Democrats work on platform Austin American Statesman  Herman, K. 06/22/18  
Voters can pick Uresti’s replacement on July 31 Austin American Statesman  Silver, J. 06/22/18 2 doc(s)
Dems blast Abbott Dallas Morning News  Caldera, C. 06/22/18 8 doc(s)
Special election called for seat Dallas Morning News  Wang, J. 06/22/18 4 doc(s)
Amid citations, shelters increase size Dallas Morning News  Barragan, J. 06/22/18 2 doc(s)
Texas lawmakers to begin debate over red flag law to prevent mass shootings Houston Chronicle  Marfin, C. 06/22/18 2 TX bill(s) 2 doc(s)
Storms slam Rio Grande Valley; hundreds rescued Houston Chronicle  Flores, D. 06/22/18 1 doc(s)
Supreme Court’s sales tax ruling upends online shopping Houston Chronicle  Takahashi, P. 06/22/18 1 doc(s)
High Court: Online shoppers can be forced to pay sales tax San Antonio Express News  Gresko, J. 06/22/18 3 doc(s)
Each school system must find the right mix Waco Tribune Herald  Editorial 06/22/18  
A few Texas Republicans were willing to stand up against Trump's border mess Longview News-Journal  Editorial 06/21/18 3 doc(s)
Perryman: Not Measuring Up Rio Grande Guardian  Perryman, M. 06/21/18 1 doc(s)
Supreme Court ruling could benefit brick-and-mortar stores around Waco, nation Waco Tribune Herald  Copeland, M. 06/22/18  
TAMU system launches new program for foster kids on Corpus Christi campus Corpus Christi Caller Times  Lopez, M. 06/22/18  
More than 100 rescues in Cameron County Valley Morning Star  Reagan, M. 06/22/18  
Abbott endorses Cloud for Congress Victoria Advocate  McCarthy, C. 06/22/18  
Trump caves; plenty of reaction Rio Grande Guardian  Montoya, L. 06/22/18  
Abilene ISD among Big Country schools selected for workforce grant to fund internships Abilene Reporter-News  Chipp, T. 06/21/18 1 doc(s)
PROJECT ON TRACK Bryan Eagle  Wiley, K. 06/21/18  
Governors in U.S.-Mexico border states largely absent on migrant family separation El Paso Times  Mekelburg, M. 06/21/18 7 doc(s)
School district to form its own police department Galveston Daily News  DeGrood, M. 06/21/18  
Illegal dumping costing Texans millions — including Tom Green County residents San Angelo Standard Times  McDaniel, M. 06/21/18 1 TX bill 2 doc(s)
Texas to receive $13 million for Harvey fishery recovery Victoria Advocate  Staff 06/21/18 2 doc(s)
Supreme Court Widens Reach of Sales Taxes in E-Commerce New York Times  Liptak, A. 06/22/18  
Ted Cruz Is Running Again. Trump Is Still Making Things Complicated. New York Times  Flegenheimer, M. 06/22/18  
Supreme Court Rules States Can Collect Sales Tax on Web Purchases Wall Street Journal  Bravin, J. 06/22/18  
State Sales-Tax Officials Rev Their Engines Wall Street Journal  Rubin, R. 06/22/18  
Springtime for Internet Taxers Wall Street Journal  Editorial 06/22/18  
Public hearing/formal meeting notice     06/21/18  

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