TribWeek: Top Texas News for the Week of 11/11/13

More than 10 months after state leaders halted grant operations at the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas, the state’s $3 billion enterprise is getting back to the business of fighting cancer.

Mexico's secretary of the economy on tax reforms in his country, changes that would allow private investment in Mexico's state-owned oil monopoly and his government's thoughts on immigration reform in the United States.

Three of the four Republican candidates for comptroller spoke at a conference in Austin on Thursday. And taxing was the topic of choice.

It's a busy week for the University ...

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