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Amy Smith has been writing about Austin policy and politics for over 20 years. She joined The Austin Chronicle in 1996.

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Health Care Equity in Travis County

Travis County delegation attempts to plan a health care district.

News Feature, Apr. 11, 2003

T.A.B., Mussolini: Earle Can't Tell the Difference

The DA lays into the Texas Association of Business as he tries to keep his criminal campaign finance probe alive.

News Feature, Apr. 11, 2003

Wal-Mart on the Aquifer?

News Feature, Apr. 11, 2003

(Circle) C You in Court!

News Feature, Apr. 4, 2003

Key Court Rulings Expected in T.A.B. Case

The Texas Association of Business's legal future rests in the hand of two Travis Co. judges.

News Feature, Apr. 4, 2003

A Wider War On GOP Bucks

News Feature, Apr. 4, 2003

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Wal-Mart on the Aquifer?

News Feature, Apr. 4, 2003

Picking Up the TAB

The Travis Co. DA and the courts consider Texas Association of Business money spent during the fall campaign.

News Feature, Mar. 28, 2003

Who's Suing Whom

The battle over the Texas Association of Business political ad campaign is also being fought in the courts

News Feature, Mar. 28, 2003

Campaign Finance Glossary

Here's a handy guide to the major questions concerning campaign-finance law in Texas

News Feature, Mar. 28, 2003

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Unhealthy Health Care

News Feature, Mar. 28, 2003

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Several Shades of Green

News Feature, Mar. 21, 2003

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Terror on Restaurant Row

News Feature, Mar. 21, 2003

Brack's Ex-Watchdogs Say Seton Thwarts 'Oversight'

Two departing members of the Brackenridge Hospital Oversight Council say Seton's strategies rob the group of any useful purpose.

News Feature, Mar. 14, 2003

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Operation Tarmac: Overkill?

News Feature, Mar. 14, 2003

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A Regional Aquifer Alliance

News Feature, Mar. 7, 2003

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Getting Crowded in Place 5

News Feature, Mar. 7, 2003

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Brack Watchdogs Give Up

News Feature, Mar. 7, 2003

A Revolt Brews Among the Circle C Masses

New residents at Circle C Ranch question the control Gary Bradley's allies still have over the homeowners' association.

News Feature, Feb. 28, 2003

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A Clear View at Hippie Hollow

News Feature, Feb. 28, 2003

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Will Lavernia Ever Go Free?

News Feature, Feb. 28, 2003

No High End for Galleria

News Feature, Feb. 21, 2003

T.A.B. to Earle: Drop Dead, Democrat!

The Texas Association of Business sues the DA and claims "partisan politics" are behind the T.A.B. ethics case.

News Feature, Feb. 14, 2003

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Seton, Mueller: What Deal?

News Feature, Feb. 14, 2003

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Springs Safe for Swimming

News Feature, Feb. 14, 2003

Will Seton Touch Down at Mueller?

The old airport may become home to a new Children's Hospital.

News Feature, Feb. 7, 2003

T.A.B. Takes Legal Offensive

News Feature, Feb. 7, 2003

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Creek Walk vs. Long Center?

News Feature, Feb. 7, 2003

Impaired Judgment

SOS Alliance enters the controversy over toxins at Barton Springs.

News Feature, Jan. 31, 2003

Max For Mayor, For Real

News Feature, Jan. 31, 2003

SOS, Stratus Split in Court

News Feature, Jan. 31, 2003

Hospital District Gets an Exam From the Lege

Austin and Travis County lawmakers ready a hospital district for the Legislature -- and then the voters.

News Feature, Jan. 31, 2003

City vs. Statesman: Futrell Comes Out Swinging at the Springs

City and state experts contest the Statesman's hair-raising allegations of toxic pollution at Barton Springs.

News Feature, Jan. 24, 2003

T.A.B. Tells It to the Jury

News Feature, Jan. 24, 2003

The Lights Are On: Is Anybody Home?

Downtown's boom has busted, yet developers still build.

News Feature, Jan. 17, 2003

Downtown's New Year

News Feature, Jan. 17, 2003

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Again, SOS Sues On Stratus

News Feature, Jan. 17, 2003

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Bradley's Buda Dream

News Feature, Jan. 17, 2003

Barton Springs Eternal

The reconstruction of Barton Springs Road suffers another delay

News Feature, Jan. 10, 2003

Farewell to 'Mother Rose'

News Feature, Jan. 10, 2003

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