The Evening Brief: Texas Headlines for Sept. 6, 2013

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•    Abbott Continues Attack on San Antonio Ordinance: "A day after the San Antonio City Council adopted a far-reaching anti-discrimination ordinance, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott warned it would open up the city to a lawsuit but declined to say if the state would initiate one."

•    Judges: 2014 Primaries Can Use Maps Approved This Summer by Lege: "The state’s 2014 primaries will be held using the congressional and legislative maps approved this summer by lawmakers during a special session, a federal panel of judges in San Antonio ruled Friday."

•    Texas Military Forces Ask for AG ...

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