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Texas blog roundup for the week of October 3

The Texas Progressive Alliance has no plans to move to the Southeastern Conference or the PAC 12 as it brings you this week’s roundup.

Off the Kuff notes that the federal court in San Antonio has issued an injunction preventing the state from implementing its new redistricting maps, and that until preclearance is granted it will draw its own maps to use for next year.

CitizenAndy has joined the dark side with his new blog Darth Politico. He’d appreciate if you checked out the new site, liked Darth Politico on Facebook, and subscribed to his feed. He’s especially proud to have The Ghost of Sam Houston blogging at his site.

Letters From Texas explains why conservative pundits’ Perry problems perpetually persist. Perfect.

WCNews at Eye On Williamson points out that while Gov. Perry and the Texas GOP think all is well with the Texas economy that’s far from reality, 2012 revenue estimate for Texas will be “Flattish”, dedicated funds trickery.

The “Move to Amend” Texas tour — the effort to repeal the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision by constitutional amendment — has stops scheduled in Bryan-College Station, Houston, San Antonio, Bastrop, Austin, and Corpus this week. PDiddie at Brains and Eggs has the details.

Over at TexasKaos, Liberal Texan has his say about Texas’ latest assault on women: Family Unplanned: Texas Cuts Funding for Women’s Reproductive Health Care. Check it out.

CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme tries on crazy shoes and rates the main GOP presidential candidates.

Bay Area Houston shows why Perry is weak and wrong on immigration.

Neil at Texas Liberal commented on welding and on the different ways that things are brought together based on a picture he took at the Houston Ship Channel.

McBlogger was a little surprised to learn from Rick Perry that Warren Buffett is clueless about the private sector.

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