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The latest Rodney Ellis news from The Texas Tribune.

  • On Your Left

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  • The Fire Next Time

    Texas Forensic Science Commission Chairman John Bradley listens to other board members during a scheduled meeting on Sept. 17, 2010, in Dallas.
  • The Sting of the Killer Bees

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  • TribBlog: Defending the Innocent

    Timothy Cole
  • Accounts Playable

    The 2,694 political committees and campaigns that filed mid-year reports with the Texas Ethics Commission together held $167 million in their accounts, and the numbers offer a glimpse at what's competitive and what's not
  • Sued Into Silence

    SLAPP:  "strategic lawsuit against public participation."
  • The Big House Isn't Big Enough

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  • TribBlog: More Calls for Innocence Commission

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  • TribBlog: A Matter of Jurisdiction [Updated]

    John Bradley, left, is the new chair of the Texas Forensic Science Commission. Cameron Todd Willingham, right, was executed for setting a house fire that killed his three daughters.
  • Age of Innocence

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  • Defenseless

    State Share of Indigent Defense Costs 2001-2009
  • The War at Home

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  • Rodney Ellis on Bringing Gaming Back

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  • TribBlog: Coleman on Continental

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  • The Senate's Biggest Spenders

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