Tribpedia: Armando Walle

Houston Suburb Looks to Bill for Water Fix

Leticia Ramirez, a cook at the Loving Care Learning Center in Castlewood, shows how staff use filtered water to wash their hands during the regular, random water shut-offs this unincorporated community eperiences.
Leticia Ramirez, a cook at the Loving Care Learning Center in Castlewood, shows how staff use filtered water to wash their hands during the regular, random water shut-offs this unincorporated community eperiences.

Residents of a small unincorporated community outside Houston hope legislation by state Rep. Armando Walle will help them get safe, reliable water service, and shine a light on parts of Texas with problems like theirs. 

Chairman of the Legislative Study Group Rep. Garnet Coleman, D-Houston, explains the Texas on the Brink report released April 15, 2013 by the Legislative Study Group.
Chairman of the Legislative Study Group Rep. Garnet Coleman, D-Houston, explains the Texas on the Brink report released April 15, 2013 by the Legislative Study Group.

Report: Texas Falls Behind in Education, Health Care

The latest version of the Texas on the Brink report shows Texas remains behind most states on public school expenditures per student, the number of uninsured residents, and other areas of education, health, environment and economy.

TribWeek: Top Texas News for the Week of 4/1/13

Batheja on a House budget without vouchers or Medicaid expansion, Aguilar on obstacles to a new power plant in El Paso, Permenter on deer breeder regulations, E. Smith’s interview with San Antonio’s Castro twins, Galbraith on proposals for new underground water reservoirs, Root finds holes in a UT regent's appointment files, M. Smith on a planned school rating system that defied recommendations, Murphy maps oil and gas disposal wells in Texas, Dehn on objections to a bigger Medicaid program and Hamilton on efforts to lure gun makers to Texas: The best of our best for the week of April 1-5, 2013.