TribWeek: Top Texas News for the Week of 1/6/14

Now that candidates have filed with their political parties and the parties have passed the information to the state, we have a list of the nearly 700 people running for state office.

The Texas Oil and Gas Association, the state’s largest and oldest petroleum organization, has told regulators it opposes an overhaul of the wholesale energy market.

A Democratic state representative who is the only Vietnamese-American ever elected to the Texas Legislature will face the winner of a Republican primary that has two Vietnamese-American hopefuls.

 In 2014, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board is continuing its quest for a politically ...

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