The Evening Brief: Texas Headlines for June 20, 2013

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•    Redistricting Maps Draw Amendments in House: "The Texas House tentatively approved congressional and state Senate district maps with no changes, after passing a House district map with some tweaks. The congressional map was approved 93-48. The Senate map was approved 117-23. Both maps will go to Gov. Rick Perry's desk if they win final approval in the House."

•    Pitts Working to Impeach Controversial UT System Regent: "The House's chief budget writer and a longstanding critic of the University of Texas System regents is attempting to launch ...

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