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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 man convicted in ‘shaken baby’ case should not be executed Dallas Morning News  Editorial 06/12/24 3 doc(s)
We're U.S. attorneys for Texas. We need your help fighting this rising gun violence threat Austin American Statesman  Esparza, J. 06/12/24 3 doc(s)
Blaming faculty when protests erupt ignores how we teach Dallas Morning News  DeTemple, J. 06/12/24  
Shaken baby syndrome is junk science San Antonio Express News  Klein, A. 06/12/24 3 doc(s)
Judge asks for more evidence to support dismissal of Travis County DA removal suit Austin American Statesman  Chomnalez, I. 06/12/24 1 TX bill 1 doc(s)
Federal judge strikes down Biden administration guidance meant to protect LGBTQ students Dallas Morning News  Morton, J. 06/12/24 8 doc(s)
UT Dallas protesters in legal limbo, banned from campus, degrees withheld Dallas Morning News  Rodrigues, M. 06/12/24  
Alamo Colleges, A&M-San Antonio blaze a tuition-free trail to a four-year degree San Antonio Express News  Huddleston, S. 06/12/24  
THCa looks, smells and smokes like THC. Texas might close the loophole that makes it legal Austin American Statesman  Salgado, B. 06/12/24 1 TX bill 4 doc(s)
Texas to get $61.5 million as part of Johnson & Johnson baby powder lawsuit settlement Austin American Statesman  Wagner, B. 06/12/24  
UT to break ground on new McCombs Business building in fall. Here's what it will look like Austin American Statesman  Kepner, L. 06/12/24  
State doubles down on denying Cook Children’s Health Plan Medicaid contract Dallas Morning News  Wolf, M. 06/12/24 3 doc(s)
‘A badge of honor’: North Texas House lawmakers censured by fellow Republicans. Why? Fort Worth Star-Telegram  Dearman, E. 06/12/24 2 doc(s)
UIL approves proposal to split playoffs into divisions for several team sports Houston Chronicle  Poorman, J. 06/12/24 1 doc(s)
Federal judge convicts man who called in threat into U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz's office Houston Chronicle  Ferguson, J. 06/12/24 1 doc(s)
Texans will remember 2024 Democratic convention for drag artist, greater spending, less fossil fuels Houston Chronicle  Tomlinson, C. 06/12/24  
Coast Guard says it will address concerns over Enterprise Products' terminal off Texas coast Houston Chronicle  Osborne, J. 06/12/24 2 doc(s)
Texas sues to block new Biden administration rule protecting access to some gender transition care San Antonio Express News  Salinas, J. 06/12/24 2 doc(s)
At El Paso convention, Democrats embrace Beto even as they try to move on San Antonio Express News  McKinley, E. 06/12/24  
Some Texas school officials are skeptical that a K-12 curriculum with Christian influences is the lifeline state leaders promise San Antonio Express News  Salhotra, P. 06/12/24 1 TX bill 2 doc(s)
Texas needs to support carbon capture and storage technology McAllen Monitor  Abnet, Z. 06/11/24 3 doc(s)
A primer on how school funding works in Texas Waco Tribune Herald  Enos, B. 06/11/24 1 doc(s)
Law enforcement across Texas have announced a new firearm operation Beaumont Enterprise  Zapalac, M. 06/11/24  
Experts discuss opportunities, challenges of selling ranch-raised beef Bryan Eagle  Miller, A. 06/11/24  
Texas Education Agency outlines South Texas figures in new reading textbooks Corpus Christi Caller Times  Garrett, O. 06/11/24 1 TX bill 2 doc(s)
State to close Pelican Island bridge for repairs Galveston Daily News  McLendon, B. 06/11/24  
Advocates, candidate call for Native Studies course in Texas schools Lubbock Avalanche Journal  Driggars, A. 06/11/24 1 doc(s)
Public hearing/formal meeting notice     06/12/24  

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