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Why are Texas voters so forgiving, the Uresti saga continues, and...

Whispers of questionable activity, indictments and even felony convictions cannot thwart a die-hard voter or dampen the enthusiasm of an elected official. State Sen. Carlos...
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Houston City Hall deals, felons allowed on Dallas volunteer boards and...

Four months after Houston City Hall sent out requests for proposals for engineering firms to study a downtown connection to a bullet train that...
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Uresti found guilty, Democracy Vouchers, Murphy’s questionable contract, and the FBI...

Texas state Sen. Carlos Uresti was found guilty on all 11 fraud charges against him in a San Antonio federal court this week. It took...
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Astrodome controversy, Crosby ISD chief gone but still getting paid, AG...

House Speaker Joe Straus blocked a bill last session that would have allowed Harris County voters to go to the polls and decide whether...
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State Rep. owes thousands in fines, Austin’s lobby back Straus supporters,...

There are much bigger and more colorful crooks in the long history of Texas politics, but there are few stranger cases than that of...
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Testimony in Uresti trial shows a mix of sex and money,...

State Sen. Carlos Uresti touted a “no-risk” investment opportunity to a grieving mother while raking off fees and having sex with her, the woman...
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HCC debates campaign finance, ‘no confidence’ for GOP candidate, AT&T top...

This week on The Texas Monitor: Houston Community College debates campaign finance in wake of bribery scandal, a school superintendent running as a Republican...
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Week in Review: Prosecutors defend themselves, GLO repairs just two Harvey-struck...

This week on The Texas Monitor: Paxton's prosecutors defend themselves against charges that they knowingly fabricated a date for the jury; a Houston ISD...
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Week in Review: Paxton’s prosecutors dealt blow, Montrose chairman resigns

This week on The Texas Monitor: Paxton's prosecutors are dealt a blow after a federal jury finds the CEO of Servergy not liable for...