Daily Legislative Clipping Service for May 10, 2024Select 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
Is the Railroad Commission actually becoming more transparent? Dallas Morning News  Editorial 05/10/24  
School Choice is the new segregation San Antonio Express News  Wilson, W. 05/10/24  
UT System Chairman Kevin Eltife on pro-Palestine protests: 'Divestment is not an option' Austin American Statesman  Kepner, L. 05/10/24 1 doc(s)
Feds seek negotiations with Southlake schools over civil rights violations, lawyers say Dallas Morning News  Richman, T. 05/10/24 3 doc(s)
Southwest Airlines’ ‘heart and soul’ Colleen Barrett dies at 79 Dallas Morning News  Hall, C. 05/10/24  
What are your rights as a property owner in Texas? Tax exemptions, homestead defined Fort Worth Star-Telegram  Gonzales, E. 05/10/24  
Texas Republicans vowed to rid politics from prosecution. A push to remove one DA shows the opposite Houston Chronicle  Satija, N. 05/10/24 1 TX bill 2 doc(s)
Texas House agenda prioritizes school choice, border security, property taxes for 2025 Austin American Statesman  Gore, H. 05/10/24 6 TX bill(s) 2 doc(s)
Texas launches program to repay ranchers, farmers for immigration-related property damage Dallas Morning News  Torres, A. 05/10/24 1 TX bill 1 doc(s)
Foreclosures on commercial properties jump in Texas Dallas Morning News  Butler, A. 05/10/24  
Did pro-Palestine protesters cross a line Jan. 6 'knuckleheads' didn't? This reader thinks so. Houston Chronicle  Lankenau, R. 05/10/24  
Accused middlemen plead guilty in Henry Cuellar bribery case San Antonio Express News  Contreras, G. 05/10/24 1 doc(s)
Lubbock voters reject attempt to end arrests for possessing small amounts of marijuana San Antonio Express News  Carver, J. 05/10/24  
Longtime Henry Cuellar aide is eager to help feds make bribery case, his lawyer says Houston Chronicle  Jefferson, G. 05/08/24 1 doc(s)
Texas A&M regents OK land swap to help bring mental health hospital to Amarillo Amarillo Globe-News  Wood, K. 05/09/24  
Gov. Abbott orders public universities to not comply with new Title IX rules Bryan Eagle  Miller, A. 05/09/24 4 doc(s)
Public hearing/formal meeting notice     05/09/24  

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