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Texas blog roundup for the week of February 11

The Texas Progressive Alliance only spends forty percent of its day in Executive Time, which is just enough to put together this week’s roundup.

Off the Kuff considers John Cornyn’s campaign strategy and what it says about how Texas Republicans are looking at 2020.

SocraticGadfly read Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan Hecht’s lament about someof the judges unseated in November and had a two-pronged response — Hecht had a bunch of political sour grapes, but yet, Texas could adopt specific ideas from other states on better judicial selection.


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

Better Texas Blog warns about undercounting Latino children in the Census.

The TSTA Blog is not impressed with the Senate property tax bill.

Raise Your Hand Texas advocates for separating school funding from high stakes testing.

Stephen Young thinks the end my be near for Dallas’ downtown Confederate memorial.

Texas Monthly was impressed by Sen. Kirk Watson’s questioning of SOS David Whitley.

The Lunch Tray revisits “pink slime”.

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