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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
Number of Texans who don't have a high school level education is unacceptable Houston Chronicle  Editorial 01/12/18 2 doc(s)
Trump’s Medicaid Work Requirement Will Backfire New York Times  Bernstein, J. 01/12/18  
Report: Texas schools illegally denied special education to students Austin American Statesman  Goldenstein, T. 01/12/18 6 doc(s)
Are bag bans legal? Texas Supreme Court will decide Austin American Statesman  Lindell, C. 01/12/18 4 doc(s)
Inquiry launched under sanctuary cities ban Dallas Morning News  Barragan, J. 01/12/18 1 TX bill 3 doc(s)
Kids denied special ed services, inquiry finds Dallas Morning News  Ayala, E. 01/12/18 4 doc(s)
Medicaid work requirements clear White House hurdle Austin American Statesman  Goldstein, A. 01/12/18 5 doc(s)
Key Texas lawmaker supports Medicaid policy change Austin American Statesman  Herrera, S. 01/12/18 2 doc(s)
Dem gov candidate Andrew White wants end to death penalty Austin American Statesman  Herman, K. 01/12/18 1 TX bill 1 doc(s)
Flame torches, water balloons among items banned from Capitol grounds Austin American Statesman  Wilson, M. 01/12/18 1 doc(s)
Texas’ highest courts launch review of mental health and incarceration Austin American Statesman  Autullo, R. 01/12/18 2 TX bill(s) 1 doc(s)
Gov. Abbott sets campaign cash record going into re-election bid Austin American Statesman  Tilove, J. 01/12/18  
Democrat raises more than $900,000 in bid for Texas attorney general Austin American Statesman  Tilove, J. 01/12/18  
Texas athletics receives $20 million pledge for future student-athlete health center Austin American Statesman  Halliburton, S. 01/12/18  
‘AJ1’: Texas men endure emotional roller-coaster day in support of teammate Andrew Jones Austin American Statesman  Davis, B. 01/12/18  
Texas hasn’t applied for new Medicaid work requirements Dallas Morning News  Wang, J. 01/12/18 1 doc(s)
A life of love and service Dallas Morning News  Ramirez, M. 01/12/18  
DPS bans items in bid to end protest violence Dallas Morning News  Barragan, J. 01/12/18 1 doc(s)
Paxton opponent raises nearly $1M Dallas Morning News  McGaughy, L. 01/12/18  
Abbott’s got $43.3M with months to go Dallas Morning News  Jeffers Jr., G. 01/12/18  
City, bus agency strike deal Dallas Morning News  Ayala, E. 01/12/18 1 TX bill 2 doc(s)
City cancels MLK parade that was to include Abbott Fort Worth Star-Telegram  Mitchell, M. 01/12/18  
Conservative group's involvement in local race shows Montgomery County's strategic value Houston Chronicle  Snyder, M. 01/12/18  
Abbott reports record $43.3 million in re-election war chest Houston Chronicle  Ward, M. 01/12/18  
Texas female prison population rises as male population decreases Houston Chronicle  Blakinger, K. 01/12/18 2 doc(s)
Dozens of items now banned from protests on Texas Capitol grounds Houston Chronicle  Wallace, J. 01/12/18 1 doc(s)
Medicaid work requirements, if adopted, would affect few Texans San Antonio Express News  Morris, A. 01/12/18 1 doc(s)
Forum brings together GOP candidates in crowded race for Texas’ 21st Congressional District San Antonio Express News  Scherer, J. 01/12/18  
Abbott claims newly announced $43.3 million war chest sets a record San Antonio Express News  Fikac, P. 01/12/18  
Police chief stands by decision in immigration case San Antonio Express News  Buch, J. 01/12/18 1 TX bill 1 doc(s)
San Antonio bans tobacco sales to young adults under 21 San Antonio Express News  O'Hare, P. 01/12/18 1 doc(s)
Early primary elections are unfair to voters Beaumont Enterprise  Editorial 01/11/18  
Texas Illegally Excluded Thousands From Special Education, Federal Officials Say New York Times  Rosenthal, B. 01/12/18  
Trump Administration Sends Mixed Messages on Welfare Work Rules Wall Street Journal  Radnofsky, L. 01/12/18  
Public hearing/formal meeting notice     01/11/18  

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