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Abbott Appoints New Secretary of State
LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Texas Governor Greg Abbott has appointed John Scott as the Texas Secretary of State.

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Abbott and Patrick at Odds Over the Necessity of a Fourth Special Session
Patrick specifically requests that the consideration of increasing the penalty for illegal voting and a forensic election audit be added to a future special session agenda.

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Border arrests soar to highest ever recorded levels, report
More than 1.7 million illegal migrants were detained at the southern border during fiscal 2021.

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Texas Legislature Guarantees $3.3 Billion in Bonds for Public University Renovations
The eleventh-hour bill authorizes public colleges to issue $3.3 billion worth of debt to finance building and renovation projects.

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'We won't see an Oct. 14 commission, will we?' - Chad Prather TORCHES Left-wing hypocrites
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spent an excessive amount of time throughout 2021 on her crusade to convince the American public that the events that erupted on Jan. 6 at the Capitol building in Washington, D.C., was an insurrection.

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Southwest Caves, Scraps Plan to Put Unvaccinated Workers on Unpaid Leave After Pilots Protest Covid Vax Mandate
Southwest has caved and will not place unvaccinated workers on unpaid leave after the December 8 deadline.

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Roiled by Attrition, Austin Police Department Struggles Amidst Reimagining Efforts and a Homicide Wave
Texas' capital city is struggling to retain police officers as many depart due to internal problems and the city's elected leaders' relationship with its law enforcement.

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Texas Attorney General Paxton Forms 2021 Texas Election Integrity Unit To Monitor November 2 Election
Austin, October 19 – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton yesterday announced the formation of his 2021 Texas Election Integrity Unit, which is a concentrated effort to devote agency lawyers, investigators, support staff, and resources to ensuring this local election season—which began with early voting starting yesterday, Monday, October 18—is run transparently and securely.

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Current, Former Southwest Airlines Workers Protest COVID-19 Vaccination Mandates At HQ
A group of more than 100 people opposing COVID-19 vaccine mandates gathered outside Southwest Airlines' Dallas headquarters Monday morning.

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Soros Drops $1 Million on Anti-Police Effort in Austin
Left-wing billionaire George Soros is throwing at least a million dollars behind an effort to stop the hiring of hundreds of new police officers in Austin, Texas, according to campaign finance documents reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon.

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Early Voting For The November Election In Texas Begins Today
NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) — Early voting begins today for the November election. Texans will decide on several local races, as well as city and school bond issues.

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Here's what you need to know about the 8 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution
Texas voters will decide whether to make eight additions to the Texas Constitution when the 12-day early voting period begins Monday for the Nov. 2 election.

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$36.4M coming to support Operation Lone Star as thousands of pounds of drugs seized since March
$36.4M coming to support Operation Lone Star as thousands of pounds of drugs seized since March.

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Abbott Adds Higher Education Spending to Special Session Agenda
Earlier this week, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick asked Abbott to add tuition revenue bonds to the special session call.

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