Daily Legislative Clipping Service for May 22, 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
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott pardoned Daniel Perry and shifted the rule of law Austin American Statesman  Editorial 05/22/24 6 doc(s)
Gov. Greg Abbott is to blame for lack of school funding San Antonio Express News  Editorial 05/22/24 4 TX bill(s) 3 doc(s)
Child care needs to be a priority to keep Texas’ economic edge Dallas Morning News  Knight, E. 05/22/24 2 doc(s)
UT Faculty Council resolutions condemn April 2 former DEI terminations, response to protest Austin American Statesman  Kepner, L. 05/22/24 1 TX bill 5 doc(s)
Doctors decry Texas Medical Board for vague guidance on emergency abortions Dallas Morning News  Wolf, M. 05/22/24 4 doc(s)
How Houston residents and businesses can apply for disaster assistance Houston Chronicle  McGuinness, D. 05/22/24  
Texas’ State Board of Education seats up for grabs in runoff election Dallas Morning News  Olivares, V. 05/22/24  
Ben J. Fortson Jr., an oilman and founder of Kimbell Art Museum with his wife, dies at 91 Fort Worth Star-Telegram  Dearman, E. 05/22/24  
Attorney who prompted a controversial West Texas no-fly zone now finds herself in a new legal battle Houston Chronicle  Drane, A. 05/22/24  
Violent Houston storm reveals all of Texas is vulnerable. Here’s how it can become resilient Houston Chronicle  Tomlinson, C. 05/22/24 2 doc(s)
Henry Cuellar indictment reveals shady language between him and foreign contacts San Antonio Express News  Ayala, E. 05/22/24 2 doc(s)
Donald Trump says he’d consider Ken Paxton for U.S. attorney general San Antonio Express News  Scherer, J. 05/22/24  
BENJAMIN FORTSON Legacy    05/22/24  
Food insecurity grows across East Texas, study shows Longview News-Journal  Villatoro, R. 05/21/24  
Texas A&M System joins Texas Nuclear Alliance as founding member, first university member Bryan Eagle  Staff 05/21/24  
The School-Choice Primary Runoffs in Texas Wall Street Journal  Editorial 05/22/24  
Public hearing/formal meeting notice     05/21/24  

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