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This fight's gotten heated, but not like this.
Your afternoon reading: illegal immigration and the census, and a key nod for Straus
As predicted, Texas won big on Tuesday. Now comes the less predictable part.
Your afternoon reading: Texas nets four; Chisum wants a caucus vote; and a court halts the Willingham trial
Add another job for the Legislature come January: election arbitrator.
Your afternoon reading: glimmer of hope for Hutchison; Perry's nuclear money; and Aaron Peña for Congress?
Three or four? That's the big question. And tomorrow, we get an answer.
Your afternoon reading: good and bad news (mostly bad) in unemployment numbers; Ike dispute resolved
The Tea Party just got a little bit more organized. And the Democrats, already woeful, just got a little bit more irritated.
Your afternoon reading: Cornyn grilled on earmarks; Texas in health care suit; and party-switching, at a glance
He's back, and more Wentworth than ever.
Your afternoon reading: more defection reaction; Cornyn wooing Lieberman; and potential stimulus-dollar fraud
Supermajority? Try megamajority.
Your afternoon reading: Peña's problem; more on that supermajority; and Railroad Commission controversy