Daily Archives: May 7, 2022

Federal lawsuit filed over Abbott’s border arrest fiasco

Meant to post this last week. Three private defense attorneys, representing 15 migrant men arrested under Gov. Greg Abbott’s border operation, have filed a federal lawsuit seeking to end the governor’s policy of arresting migrants on criminal trespass charges, which … Continue reading

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Paxton whines about the disciplinary process he selected

My head hurts. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, the state’s top lawyer, said Friday the state bar was suing him for professional misconduct related to his lawsuit challenging the 2020 presidential election. “I have recently learned that the Texas State … Continue reading

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The White Oak Bike Trail extension starts to come into focus

When last we visited the White Oak Bike Trail extension construction, we were puzzling over what the deal was with whatever they were doing next to the trail itself. I couldn’t tell where it was going or why it was … Continue reading

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Some Dallas-area school board races are really crazy

We’re going to see more of this, I’m afraid. New political action committees targeting North Texas school board seats are spending big money on conservative rallying cries ahead of Saturday’s elections. Some Richardson voters, for example, received mailers decorated with … Continue reading

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