The Blast is a premium daily newsletter for the most dedicated and discerning consumers of political news in Texas. Presented in a daily digest format, The Blast features regular updates on political people and their moves as well as behind-the-scenes action from the Capitol and the campaign trail. And our carefully curated list of Capitol insiders captures the state’s political zeitgeist in Inside Intelligence. Subscribers to The Blast receive a free premium subscription to The Washington Post Digital Edition.
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