Daily Archives: February 28, 2023

Lege targets Harris County election administrator

We knew something like this was coming. House and Senate bills filed by Republican lawmakers in response to Harris County‚Äôs mismanagement of its recent elections could give the Texas secretary of state the authority to step in, suspend county election … Continue reading

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Actually, we could have saved Fairfield State Park

Well, well, well. State officials passed up an offer to save Fairfield Lake State Park this month, just days before the Texas parks department celebrated its centennial, according to newly uncovered text messages. The 1,821-acre park sits on land the … Continue reading

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Houston suspends “sister city” ties with Tyumen

Of interest. Houston Mayor Turner Sylvester on Friday suspended the city’s partnership agreement with Moscow and its sister city relationship with Tyumen, Russia, on the one-year anniversary of the war in Ukraine. Turner said that while he believes in the … Continue reading

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