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Texas blog roundup for the week of July 2

The Texas Progressive Alliance considers the Supreme Court to be on the ballot in every election as it brings you this week’s roundup.

Off the Kuff analyzed the UT/Trib June poll, and found some good news for Democrats that the pollsters themselves appear to have overlooked.

SocraticGadfly talked about the Supreme Court travel ban ruling, along with a bit about the other rulings of last week, and then analyzed Anthony Kennedy’s career after he announced his retirement. He’ll have a couple of additional Court posts in days and weeks ahead.


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

John Nielson-Gammon highlights the need for variety in summer weather.

Juanita has a Blake Farenthold update.

Grits for Breakfast calls the veto of “good Samaritan” legislation one of the biggest mistakes of Greg Abbott’s term as Governor.

Keep Austin Wonky wants city-owned land to maximize residents’ happiness.

G. Paris Johnson reminds us of the long history of separating minority children from their families.

Dan Solomon bids adieu to the UT-adjacent location of Conan’s Pizza.

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