HCC debates campaign finance, ‘no confidence’ for GOP candidate, AT&T top lobbyist dog


This week on The Texas Monitor: Houston Community College debates campaign finance in wake of bribery scandal, a school superintendent running as a Republican for the Texas House was slapped with a “no confidence” vote by the local party this week, and the world’s largest telecommunications company has also been the biggest lobby force in Texas politics for at least 20 years, according to an investigation by The Texas Monitor.

Also this week:

Republicans spank ‘Big Ed’ candidate with no-confidence vote

Passing the trash? Kirbyville ISD superintendent hired despite history of suspect behavior

Amid controversy, Houston signs off on $37 million, 20-year recycling deal

Signers rise: Three Straus PAC members take new speaker pledge

In surprise move, Uresti business partner pleads guilty

Judge asks: Is HCC a cesspool? Gives trustee who accepted bribes six years in prison.

Bush-San Antonio alliance aims to move Alamo monument


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