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Judge Temporarily Blocks Deportation Of Cambodian Refugees After ICE Raids
The decision came down just days before 50 detainees were to be deported to Cambodia.
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Deep In The Heart Of Texas, A Politically Conservative Town Goes Green
John J. Berger
John J. Berger is an energy and environmental policy specialis...
An interview with Georgetown, Texas mayor Dale Ross
On-Duty 'Attack' Leaves One U.S. Border Agent Dead, Another Injured
Rogelio Martinez, 36, was on patrol in West Texas when he and his partner reported needing help, officials said.
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'Around Here, You're Either Eating Steak Or You're Eating Beans'
Living through the booms and busts in a West Texas oil town.
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Despite Death Threats, Former Planned Parenthood Leader Still Fights For Women
Some of the same people who protested her views asked her for help when their daughters needed abortions.
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Odessa, Texas, Boasts Resources Often Associated With Larger Cities
President/CEO, Odessa Chamber of Commerce
Our population becomes more culturally diverse every day.
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Houston’s Post-Harvey Toxic Mess
Professor in the Practice of Public Affairs, Columbia Universi...
If we are to maintain the way of life we enjoy while maintaining a safe and healthy environment, we need to require more careful management of toxic substances.
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Meth, Coke And Oil: A Drug Boom In The Texas Shale Patch
By Liz Hampton, Reuters
Drug use is a significant factor in workplace injuries and crimes involving oilfield workers.
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Houston Chemical Plant Fire Highlights Dangers Of Deregulation
Alexander C. Kaufman
The Arkema factory disaster shows what's at risk with President Donald Trump's industrial agenda.
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Federal Court Invalidates Part Of Texas Congressional Map
By Alexa Ura and Jim Malewitz, The Texas Tribune
Federal judges have invalidated two of Texas’ 36 congressional districts, setting up a scramble to redraw them ahead of the 2018 elections.
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Human Nature Unleashed: #Charlottesville
Retired television executive; Author, 'The Gospel of Self: How...
If you sleep with evil, you will certainly get at least some it on you.
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Texas Democrats Are Lining Up To Take On Congress' Biggest Climate Denier
Rep. Lamar Smith has "really put a target on his back," said one organizer.
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Most Border Residents Didn’t Vote For Trump’s Wall
South Texas precincts overwhelmingly voted for Hillary Clinton.
Hell Or High Water
-- A Texas Crime Thriller is 2016's Big Score
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'Green News Report' - May 12, 2016
Brad Friedman and Desi Doyen
Co-hosts of the radio's nationally syndicated 'Green News Report'
A Girl and Her Jeep Wrangler on the Open Road in West Texas
I chuckle at the competition because it's hard to compare in my mind, sort of like comparing a tiger to a lion, both fierce, but not comparable at all.
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