The Evening Brief: Texas Headlines for Dec. 11, 2013

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•    More Texans Purchase Health Plans in Online Marketplace: "More people in Texas have purchased health plans through the embattled online insurance marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act than in any other state, according to enrollment figures for October and November released Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services."

•    Texas A&M Regents to Name Interim President on Saturday: "One name that has been floated — and according to sources has the support of Gov. Rick Perry, an Aggie — is Guy Diedrich, the current ...

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