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Daily Legislative Clipping Service for January 10, 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
Let Abbott Lead Parade Dallas Morning News  Editorial 01/10/18  
Diplomas, Not Just Dollars Dallas Morning News  Editorial 01/10/18 1 doc(s)
Judge: Bastrop’s Rodney Reed, on death row, should not get new trial Austin American Statesman  Lindell, C. 01/10/18 2 doc(s)
Vandergriff billed public for non-state trips Fort Worth Star-Telegram  Root, J. 01/10/18 3 TX bill(s) 3 doc(s)
Gov. Abbott to remain MLK parade grand marshal in Dallas area despite minority advocates’ concerns San Antonio Express News  Fikac, P. 01/10/18  
Court rejects Paul Devoe appeal in 2007 killings Austin American Statesman  Lindell, C. 01/10/18 1 doc(s)
Lupe Valdez, Andrew White meet in Democratic candidate forum Austin American Statesman  Herman, K. 01/10/18  
Despite rules, former Hays commissioner to remain at CAMPO board Austin American Statesman  Jankowski, P. 01/10/18 3 doc(s)
Senate hopefuls face off Dallas Morning News  Wigglesworth, V. 01/10/18  
RITA CROCKER CLEMENTS Dallas Morning News  Staff 01/10/18  
Dallas force gets $1.75M for rifle-resistant vests Dallas Morning News  Branham, D. 01/10/18 1 TX bill
Panel tackles misconduct at Texas Capitol Dallas Morning News  Wang, J. 01/10/18 1 doc(s)
Meier leads Democratic rivals in fundraising Dallas Morning News  Jordan, D. 01/10/18  
State rep. case in court Houston Chronicle  Silva, J. 01/10/18  
Democrat bumped from governor's race over bounced check Houston Chronicle  Wallace, J. 01/10/18 1 doc(s)
Astros' World Series trophy begins 100-city tour at Texas Capitol Houston Chronicle  Ward, M. 01/10/18  
Power Companies Got a Tax Cut. Will Your Bill Reflect It? New York Times  Casselman, B. 01/10/18  
State bungled retired teachers' health care Beaumont Enterprise  Editorial 01/09/18 4 TX bill(s)
Negotiations ongoing, Rep. Vela warns of 'damaging' environmental impact border wall poses McAllen Monitor  Staff 01/09/18  
Public hearing/formal meeting notice     01/09/18  

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