The Evening Brief: Texas Headlines for March 18, 2013

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•    Houston-Area Tea Party Leader Had Ties to American Fascist Party: "As recently as 2003, the president of the Greater Fort Bend County Tea Party had a very different title: director of propaganda for the American Fascist Party. James Ives says he was merely curious about the group, and that he went undercover to do research for a novel. But the messages he posted on a fascist listserv and a promotional video his image appears in have the state's conservative leaders concerned."

•    Patrick: Attacks Over Bill on College History ...

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