News For April, 2012

Bob Daemmrich

The Brief: April 2, 2012

If Texas Republicans want to hold a presidential debate, they may have to do so without the race's front-runner.

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T-Squared: Our Q1 Numbers

It's no April Fool's joke: Our first quarter stats on site traffic and fundraising are significantly ahead of this time last year — and augur extremely well for a robust and record-breaking 2012.

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Pool

The Evening Brief: April 2, 2012

Your evening reading: Perry spokesman slams book claiming governor used painkillers to get through debates; anti-incumbent Super PAC targeting Joe Barton, Ralph Hall; prospect of further primary delays likely dashed

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Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club

Ken Kramer: The TT Interview

The outgoing director of the Lone Star chapter of the Sierra Club on the importance of water, the growth of the Club, and how he stumbled on his future career path while hiking near Fort Bliss.

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Inside Intelligence: About Next Summer...

For this week's nonscientific survey of the state's political and government insiders, we asked about their current assessment of the presidential race, federal health care, prosecutor accountability, and whether the governor could wind up on the national ticket.

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Caleb Bryant Miller

The Evening Brief: April 3, 2012

Your evening reading: Republican state representatives file ethics complaint against Michael Quinn Sullivan; Combs touts survey showing Texas businesses skeptical of health care reform; Jackson Lee drafting neighborhood-watch bill

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Illustration by Todd Wiseman

Campus Carry Debate Likely to Return in 2013

On the heels of a fatal shooting at a college in Oakland, Calif., Texans and lawmakers are again preparing to debate the merits of allowing students to carry concealed firearms on college campuses.

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