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Tribune Insider: Death Row Donors, Political Consultants, Paul Sadler

In this week's edition of the Insider: death row organ donors, the future of Texas political consultants, wind power, a new concussion law and Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Paul Sadler.

In this week's edition of the Texas Tribune Insider.

A recap of highlights from this week's Tribune coverage: Reporter Brandi Grissom looks at the challenges that make it unlikely death row inmates will ever be organ donors. Jay Root explores the impact that this year’s electoral shakeup will have on Republican consultants in Texas. And Becca Aaronson has created an interactive map that shows how many Texans may lose food stamp benefits. 

And a look ahead at stories coming this Friday and Sunday in Texas editions of The New York Times: Kate Galbraith examines wind power’s uncertain future in Texas. Becca Aaronson looks at a bipartisan approach to help small-scale farmers. Audrey White reports on a new concussion law that aims to protect student athletes. And Aman Batheja profiles Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Paul Sadler.

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