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After years of living alongside troops, border residents see little impact from Trump's deployment so far : HIDALGO, Texas – Ron and Janella Frankl Reicks had just finished an early steak dinner when they stepped outside of their home here and chuckled about snow falling back in their native Iowa while they enjoyed 80-degree weather in Texas' Rio Grande Vall...
Texas teachers' pay is average. But their pensions are among the lowest in the country. : Today’s Texplainer question was inspired by reader Tiffany Adair. Hey, Texplainer: How do employment benefits for Texas educators compare to those in other states? This question has been a point of contention between lawmakers and educators for many ye...
Analysis: The Texas Senate’s Republican supermajority, on the bubble : Editor's note: If you'd like an email notice whenever we publish Ross Ramsey's column, click here. This isn’t necessarily about something that is going to happen when the 86th Texas Legislature convenes next January. But it could happen, and it’s a gre...

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