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After his felony conviction, state Sen. Carlos Uresti's job is at risk. But his pension is safe. : It didn’t take long for the rebukes to start pouring in after state Sen. Carlos Uresti was convicted of 11 felonies Thursday. Colleagues on the left and right called on him to resign. But the San Antonio Democrat insisted after the verdict that he had ...
We asked all 38 Texans in Congress about gun control after the Florida school shooting. Ten answered. : More than a week after a Florida school shooting that left 17 people dead, the nation has been embroiled in a debate over gun legislation, causing political rifts on both sides of the aisle.  The Texas Tribune reached out to all 38 members of the Texas...
See how many Texans are voting early in the 2018 primaries : We’re tracking daily how many Texans are turning out to vote early in this year’s primaries compared to 2010 and 2014, the last two midterm election years.

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