Evidence of Excrement Remains Elusive

Requests for more information about the alleged discovery by Capitol law enforcement of visitors toting feces and urine produced little new evidence that could confirm or refute the Texas Department of Public Safety's reports that protesters brought the items to the Senate gallery in preparation for the contentious abortion debate on July 12.  

Almost three weeks after the Senate vote on House Bill 2, debate continues over whether visitors to the Capitol attempted to bring excrement inside the gallery. The Texas Tribune, under Texas public information laws, requested documentation of the alleged urine and feces from the DPS ...

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