Daily Legislative Clipping Service for May 15, 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
Though I'm a gun-owning Texan, the NRA is not welcome here Austin American Statesman  Kling, S. 05/15/24  
How San Antonio's guaranteed-income program changed my life San Antonio Express News  Gonzalez, M. 05/15/24 2 doc(s)
Hundreds of jobs lost to DEI ban, university officials tell Texas Senate hearing Dallas Morning News  Jankowski, P. 05/15/24 1 TX bill
Southlake families urge good faith negotiations over civil rights violations Dallas Morning News  Richman, T. 05/15/24 2 doc(s)
UT System cut 311 former DEI jobs after Texas ban, official says Houston Chronicle  McKinley, E. 05/15/24 1 TX bill 1 doc(s)
His quiet persistence, wisdom helped shape Houston’s future Houston Chronicle  Staff 05/15/24 1 TX bill
Texas Children's Health Plan laying off a 'few hundred' workers as membership drops Houston Chronicle  Gill, J. 05/15/24  
Opal Lee, 'Grandmother of Juneteenth,' receives honorary degree from SMU Austin American Statesman  Addison, B. 05/15/24 4 doc(s)
TCEQ approves Wichita Falls permit to build Lake Ringgold Austin American Statesman  Walker, L. 05/15/24 2 doc(s)
GOP runoff pits 2 similar Republicans in race for North Texas Senate seat Dallas Morning News  Jankowski, P. 05/15/24 1 doc(s)
THE REV. WILLIAM LAWSON: Longtime Texas civil rights leader who worked with MLK Dallas Morning News  A.P. Wire 05/15/24  
Texas school trustees begin ideological purge with Christian nationalist backing Houston Chronicle  Tomlinson, C. 05/15/24  
Who is Imelda Cuellar, the spouse at the center of Henry Cuellar's bribery scandal? San Antonio Express News  Harris, C. 05/15/24 1 doc(s)
Public hearing/formal meeting notice     05/14/24  

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