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Texas blog roundup for the week of November 20

The Texas Progressive Alliance wishes everyone a Happy Thanksgiving as it brings you this week’s roundup.

Off the Kuff explains what the special election schedule might look like in the event Sen. Sylvia Garcia wins the primary to succeed Rep. Gene Green in CD29.

Socratic Gadfly takes a look at the latest on the Julian Assange-Donald Trump Jr. entanglement, along with blank-check defenders of Assange.

Both Al Franken and Don Willett (the Texas Supreme Court Justice up for a seat on the Fifth Circuit) made jokes that weren’t funny that recently came to light, as PDiddie at Brains and Eggs observed.


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

Save Buffalo Bayou makes the case against building a third reservoir to accompany Addicks and Barker.

The TSTA Blog argues that taking Confederate names off of schools is not denying history.

Better Texas Blog bemoans the low pay of many Texas jobs, especially jobs held by women.

Paradise in Hell watched Sean Hannity’s interview with Roy Moore so you didn’t have to.

The Texas Living Waters Project highlights twelve water-conscious companies to support.

Grits for Breakfast explains why police bodycams haven’t improved accountability as much as predicted.

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