Daily Archives: June 14, 2012

Precinct analysis: GOP Senate

I’m just going to give highlights from this one. I only have the Democratic canvass for Harris County, so this is county by county data only. You can see the spreadsheet here. – David Dewhurst had a majority of the … Continue reading

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New frontiers in cost cutting

Apparently, you can cut costs by defaulting on your bills. Why didn’t I think of that? Councilwoman Helena Brown has submitted a budget amendment aimed at solving the city’s decade-old pension problem: Stop paying. Her amendment calls for defaulting on … Continue reading

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Recycling water

The Trib continues its look at the present and future of water use in Texas with a story about reclaiming wastewater. “Reclaimed water,” the term for cleaned-up wastewater that gets reused, currently provides a little less than 3 percent of … Continue reading

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Texas blog roundup for the week of June 11

The Texas Progressive Alliance is back from the conventions and focused on the fall as it brings you this week’s roundup.

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