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Your afternoon reading: KBH in 2012, protests at the Bush library groundbreaking, textbook censorship in Plano, and Arizona's Hispanic exodus.
Want a straw poll in the Speaker’s race? Not so fast.
Your afternoon reading: updates on the GOP, TSC and UTB, and U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee.
Two’s company, but three’s a crowd.
Your afternoon reading: More tension with the EPA, and Rick Perry's chances of winning the Republican presidential nomination
A sudden spat was all it took to turn the speaker's race into a full-fledged fight.
Your afternoon reading: good (long-term) economic news for Texas, border violence and George W. Bush on Islam
Already weary, Democrats in the Legislature stand to lose one of their last remaining bulwarks.
Your afternoon reading: Tom DeLay, Sharon Keller and a dose of higher ed news
The hottest new thing in Texas politics? Prefiling.
Your afternoon reading: Officials look to curb "sexting," and Debbie Riddle camps out for voter ID
With the election dust now settled, it's the thought on everyone's mind: What's it all mean?
Your afternoon reading: John Cornyn seeks help for Joe Miller in Alaska, and the Texas press looks back on Election Day
The Perry-for-president talk is nothing new, but you might not have known it this week.