"Estate-Planning Suit Filed," "El Paso Lawyer Convicted," "Voting on Expanded Sanctions," "Fire Breaks Out at TCRP
Gov. Rick Perry has vetoed funding for the Travis County District Attorney's Public Integrity Unit, but DA Rosemary Lehmberg has spoken with local officials so they can form a plan to continue the un
"[I]t was certainly a time for reflection, in terms of the effort that Steve put forward, and I certainly recognize and acknowledge his efforts, and I think he did a tremendous job of energizing a vo
...has passed a bill that directs the State Commission on Judicial Conduct to provide the Sunset Advisory Commission access to certain documents and meetings, despite...
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