Week in Review: 07.14.2019

0
Week in Review: 07.14.2019

#SanAntonio councilman violated ethics rules; #SanctuaryCity lawsuit claims dismissed; Marlin ISD faces closure for the fourth time; #Dallas police officers face reprimands.

Posted by The Texas Monitor on Monday, July 15, 2019

TEC says former San Antonio councilman violated financial reporting rules – The Texas Ethics Commission hit former San Antonio City Council member Cris Medina with a $4,500 fine on Monday, ruling that he committed multiple financial reporting infractions during his failed re-election run in 2013.

Judge dismisses most of AG’s sanctuary city lawsuit against San Antonio – State District Judge Tim Sulak dismissed three claims in Attorney General Ken Paxton’s first sanctuary city lawsuit on July 2, the San Antonio News-Express reported.

Troubled Marlin school district hires investigators – The board of managers of the Marlin school district agreed Tuesday to hire a law firm to look into district affairs, but board members remain tight-lipped about why they made that decision.

Two dozen Dallas police officers disciplined for offensive social media posts – More than two dozen Dallas police officers have been disciplined after it was discovered they made bigoted and otherwise offensive posts on social media, the Associated Press reported.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here