Daily Legislative Clipping Service for May 14, 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
The gamble on unlimited campaign contributions is backfiring Dallas Morning News  Drumm, A. 05/14/24  
After giving the green light in 2019, Texas Senate is looking to review, revise hemp law Austin American Statesman  Kepner, L. 05/14/24 1 TX bill 2 doc(s)
Texas must help struggling schools with special session on funding, Dems say to Abbott Dallas Morning News  Richman, T. 05/14/24 1 TX bill 3 doc(s)
HISD parents protest job cuts and forced resignations: 'How do you fire the Principal of the Year?' Houston Chronicle  Mizan, N. 05/14/24 1 doc(s)
Texas Senate panel to discuss SB 17, free speech, antisemitism. Here's what to expect. Austin American Statesman  Kepner, L. 05/14/24 2 TX bill(s) 5 doc(s)
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. takes major step toward appearing on presidential ballot in Texas Dallas Morning News  Torres, A. 05/14/24  
NRA convention coming to Dallas this week with Trump, Abbott: Here’s what to know Dallas Morning News  Bahari, S. 05/14/24  
New rules to upgrade nation’s power grids Houston Chronicle  Osborne, J. 05/14/24 1 doc(s)
Chairman Arrington Unveils the High Price Tag of Mass Illegal Immigration Lubbock Avalanche Journal  Arrington, J. 05/12/24  
Should Texas keep wildfire solutions Texan? Waco Tribune Herald  Whitaker, B. 05/11/24 1 doc(s)
Electricity demand growth warrants all-of-the-above approach Waco Tribune Herald  Perryman, M. 05/11/24  
Texas Tech regents OK college name change, TTUHSC master plan and more Lubbock Avalanche Journal  Rosiles, M. 05/13/24  
Industry, regulators talk environmental concerns Midland Reporter Telegram  McEwen, M. 05/11/24 3 doc(s)
Enverus: West Texas electric load demand to double Midland Reporter Telegram  McEwen, M. 05/11/24 1 doc(s)
Candidates for Texas House of Representatives District 30 speak on state issues Victoria Advocate  Green, C. 05/10/24  
Public hearing/formal meeting notice     05/13/24  

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