Daily Archives: March 3, 2023

Democratic AGs file lawsuit to ease access to mifepristone

Good, albeit a bit confusing at this point in time. A dozen Democratic state attorneys general have opened a new front in the legal war over mifepristone, the “gold standard” medication used in the majority of all US abortions. In a federal lawsuit filed … Continue reading

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Former Land Commissioners oppose anti-Open Beaches bill

From the inbox: Among coastal states Texas is unique. The 1959 Texas Open Beaches Act (TOBA), as well as time-honored common law and tradition in existence since long before 1959, provides that Texas beaches are open to the public. In … Continue reading

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HCC will hire a new Chancellor

Interesting. The Houston Community College System Board of Trustees voted on Wednesday not to extend the contract of Chancellor Cesar Maldonado. The trustees’ decision was close: Four voted in a special meeting to consider a new contract and five opposed. … Continue reading

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Dispatches from Dallas, March 3 edition

This is a weekly feature produced by my friend Ginger. Let us know what you think. This week in DFW, our most interesting story is a brouhaha in Frisco ISD, but we also have an interview with Sarah Weddington’s co-counsel … Continue reading

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