Texas blog roundup for the week of January 16

The Texas Progressive Alliance already really misses President Obama as it brings you this week’s roundup.

Off the Kuff thinks that the fight over Dan Patrick’s bathroom bill could cause a real and lasting schism between Texas businesses and the Texas GOP.

CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme notes Texas Republican lawmakers on Trump’s front lines in the war against our constitution and freedom of the press.

Dan Patrick and Donald Trump both managed to make news from a certain urological perspective, blogged PDiddie at Brains and Eggs.

Socratic Gadfly take note of the opening bell of the Texas Legislature and gets snarky about the first day’s events.

Neil at All People Have Value said that the work of opposing Trump is up to each of us. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.


And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.

Robert Rivard gives state leaders an F on their public school accountability test.

The Dallas Observer highlights the legal strategy behind the latest anti-abortion bill filed in the Lege.

Better Texas Blog reminds us that Obamacare repeal would mean a lot less mental health coverage.

Kevin Nix argues that the place to look for child predators is online.

Therese Odell recoils in horror from Trump’s press conference.

The Lunch Tray shows how the restaurant industry failed to keep its promise to clean up kids’ menus.

Juanita “celebrates” the return of Yachting Randy Neugebauer.

Jonathan Coopersmith evaluates President Obama’s legacy in science, technology and innovation.

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