Your afternoon reading.
“Critics in Texas and across the nation have decried the changes as educational malpractice, with news reports characterizing them as ‘historically inaccurate’ and reflecting ‘far right’ bias.” — Is Texas Messing with History — The Wall Street Journal
“A second team of lawyers submitted their legal fees and costs to the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas shortly before midnight Monday.” — Farmers Branch legal costs over ordinance on renting to illegal immigrants may go up $1.3 million — The Dallas Morning News
“Last year, Anayanse, 32, who works for the nonprofit Southwest Workers Union, started receiving calls from families in New York. Their loved ones had begun a hunger strike at the Port Isabel Detention Facility, north of Brownsville, to protest the lack of due process.” — Defending Invisibles — Texas Observer
“The carriers are in merger talks, and indications are that the merged airline would be based in United's home of Chicago.” — Jackson Lee urges Continental not to fly the coop — Houston Chronicle
“Why won't Rick Perry attack his Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst, who has failed to disclose any of his tax returns?” — 190 Days Until the Election and Rick Perry is Already Scared to Debate Bill White — Burnt Orange Report
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