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Texas Right to Life Endorses Candidates—But Not Gov. Abbott—in March Primary Election
“Anti-Life advocates are out for blood. They not only want to abort children through all nine months of pregnancy, but they want YOU to fund the destruction with your tax dollars.”

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Texas’ 9 Most Populous Cities Owe $21.6 Billion in Debt
Only Corpus Christi and Plano have enough money to pay their bills according to the analysis of municipal fiscal health.

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Wholesale prices rise 1% in January, up near-record 9.7% over the past year
The producer price index, which measures wholesale prices, rose 1% in January and 9.7% for the 12-month period, the latter just off the record high.

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Gov. Abbott dodges recapture question in Odessa
Gov. Greg Abbott brushed off a pair of questions about how multiple school districts in the Permian Basin are sending a combined hundreds of millions of dollars to Austin to be redistributed to poorer school districts across the state.

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Texans are worried about Texas
Ninety percent of Texans are worried about the future of the state, according to a new poll released by Dallas-based policy think tank Texas 2036.

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Early Voting Begins in Texas Primary Elections
Seven congressional seats, five state senate seats, 27 state house seats, and the office of Texas Land Commissioner are open races this year.

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These 23-year-old Texans made $4 million last year mining bitcoin off flare gas from oil drilling
When Brent Whitehead and Matt Lohstroh were sophomores at Texas A&M University, they decided to get into the business of mining bitcoin on the oil fields of East Texas.

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Texas National Guard members say their mission to secure the border is a waste of time and resources
Since Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott deployed thousands of personnel to the US-Mexico border, the operation has been slammed as overtly political and a waste of resources by Democratic lawmakers and even some of the National Guard members participating in the mission.

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Texas abortion rates plummet 60% in first month following new state law
Abortions in Texas fell by nearly 60% in the first four weeks following the implementation of the state's new heartbeat law, AP News reported on Thursday.

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Texas roads lead nation in number of freight bottlenecks
ARLINGTON, Va. — Fourteen locations in Texas made the American Transportation Research Institute’s (ATRI) annual list highlighting the most congested bottlenecks for trucks in America. That’s the most bottlenecks of any state.

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Texas Attorney General Investigating GoFundMe for Shutting Down $10M ‘Freedom Convoy’ Fundraiser
“GoFundMe allowed money to go to bailing violent BLM rioters out of jail… but now denies the peaceful Freedom Convoy their funds.”

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Surveillance video captures Houston-area USPS letter carrier allegedly dumping voter registration cards
UPDATE: An email received Sunday, Feb. 6 contained the following response from USPS Senior Public Relations Representative, Martha Johnson:

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Sen. Ted Cruz discloses a bitcoin purchase worth up to $50,000
The Texas Republican bought between $15,001 to $50,000 of the cryptocurrency on Jan. 25, according to the disclosure.

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Texas Voters Choose DeSantis Over Abbott in Recent Presidential Poll
Amid an already contentious re-election campaign, the survey highlights Gov. Abbott’s struggle to prove that he is the right choice for conservative Texans.

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