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Why Texas Ag Chief Sid Miller signed a deal with disputed Israeli settlements : Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, the cowboy hat-wearing Republican who often draws attention for posting controversial messages on social media, made a bold geopolitical statement during an international trip he wrapped up Wednesday: He opened ...
Despite concerns, Texas legislators push to regulate powdered alcohol : Andrea Marquez came to a House committee hearing Monday armed with three things: Kool-Aid packets, her makeup bag and a big bottle of Jack Daniels. The 17-year-old from El Paso High School told the House Licensing and Administrative Committee hearing Mon...
House panel hears testimony on child welfare religious liberty bill : A religious liberty fight is brewing among legislators and child welfare providers. House State Affairs Committee members heard testimony Wednesday afternoon on House Bill 3859, which would allow faith-based organizations to exercise their “sincerely hel...

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