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The Midday Brief: April 27, 2010

Your afternoon reading.

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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 HistoryThe 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 millionThe 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 InvisiblesTexas 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 coopHouston 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 WhiteBurnt Orange Report

 

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