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Texas blog roundup for the week of May 7

The Texas Progressive Alliance stands with Michelle Wolf as it brings you this week’s First Amendment-loving roundup.

Off the Kuff interviewed the two Democratic candidates in the primary runoff for CD22, Letitia Plummer and Sri Kulkarni.

Horwitz penned a column in the Houston Chronicle criticizing Gov. Abbott, Lt. Gov. Patrick and Justice Willett for getting HISD into this hole in which it now sits.

SocraticGadfly takes a break from politics to offer a salute to Astros nemesis and Rangers killer Albert Pujols on his 3,000-hit milestone.

Neil at All People Have Value offered his response to the note left on his car regarding his Democratic Socialists of America bumper sticker.


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

Robert Rivard calls on the Legislature to allow cities to collect taxes on “sharing economy” businesses.

Therese Odell finds the discussion about Michelle Wolf and the WHCA to be lacking.

Greg Jefferson recognized that the 2020 GOP convention was of no value to San Antonio.

Juanita wants to know why a Republican JP from Fort Worth got a much more lenient sentence for violating election laws than Crystal Mason did.

Stephen Young talks to the Euless City Council candidate who had Rep. Jonathan Stickland peeing his pants in fear and loathing.

RG Ratcliffe considers two very different local responses to our state’s Confederate history.

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