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Your afternoon reading: Hutchison to retire; Pitts on the budget; Berman targets Sharia law
The Legislature quieted down Wednesday, but changes to state government were afoot.
Your afternoon reading: Senate postpones rules debate; court stops death penalty hearing; Perry talks franchise tax
Despite the hand-wringing, the big day remained notably subdued.
Your afternoon reading: Live, from the Capitol
It's here! 1/11/11. And, oh yeah, the Legislature's back in town.
Your afternoon reading: the revenue estimate, Tom DeLay and more Kay Bailey Hutchison speculation
Tomorrow's the big day, but in terms of action, today might be bigger.
Your afternoon reading: gay divorce upheld; U.S. House to correct oath slip-up; Paul Krugman on Texas' woes
For some, the enemy of their enemy legislation may be their friend.
Your afternoon reading: Cameron Todd Willingham, Deepwater Horizon and a rude post-holiday awakening for education employees
Already caught up in one fight, House Speaker Joe Straus now has another on his hands.
Your afternoon reading: the Republican Caucus; Arizona-style immigration policy in Texas looks unlikely, a study says; and a bid to rename the Railroad Commission