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Michael King

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News Editor Michael King has reported on city and state politics for the Chronicle since 2000. He was educated at Indiana University and Yale, and from 1977 to 1985 taught at UT-Austin. He has been the editor of the Houston Press and The Texas Observer, and has reported and written widely on education, politics, and cultural subjects.

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AISD Task Force Trauma

News Feature, Dec. 27, 2002

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Deficit? What Deficit?

News Feature, Dec. 27, 2002

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As the year turns, the auguries of war predict the worst

News Column, Dec. 27, 2002

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As the Door Revolves

News Feature, Dec. 20, 2002

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Shhh! It's an AISD Secret!

News Feature, Dec. 20, 2002

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Making Fine Discriminations

News Feature, Dec. 20, 2002

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Signs of Grandstanding

News Feature, Dec. 20, 2002

Capitol Chronicle

The legislative leadership sends out feelers about a pilot voucher program.

News Column, Dec. 20, 2002

Business, As Usual

The Capitol circus returns, but the permanent government is always in session.

News Feature, Dec. 13, 2002

Paying the CPPP Way

News Feature, Dec. 13, 2002

Live Nun Witnessing

News Feature, Dec. 13, 2002

Your Neighbors, Your Money: ACC Looks for Support

Austin Community College seeks to build support for a tax referendum even as a state audit blasts ACC leaders.

News Feature, Dec. 6, 2002

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Farmers Walks

News Feature, Dec. 6, 2002

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Insurance Policy

News Feature, Nov. 29, 2002

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Quack!

News Feature, Nov. 29, 2002

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Expensive Education for T.A.B.

News Feature, Nov. 29, 2002

Playing Defense

Progressives prepare to circle the wagons at the Lege

News Column, Nov. 29, 2002

The Battle of Washington's Bulge

The textbook wars make a casualty of Washington Crossing the Delaware.

News Feature, Nov. 22, 2002

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West Texas Waltz

News Feature, Nov. 22, 2002

Capitol Chronicle

Ideology, not need, shapes the energies of the incoming Legislature.

News Column, Nov. 22, 2002

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Charter Schools Flunk Out

News Feature, Nov. 15, 2002

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Protesting SBOE Censorship

News Feature, Nov. 15, 2002

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Dems: picking up the pieces

News Feature, Nov. 15, 2002

Speak, Mr. Craddick

The new choice for state House Speaker circles his political wagons.

News Column, Nov. 15, 2002

Dewey Defeats Truman

News Feature, Nov. 8, 2002

Silver Linings

News Feature, Nov. 8, 2002

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UT's Dept. Of Amplification

News Feature, Nov. 8, 2002

Capitol Chronicle

After Nov. 5, a preview of Texas government to come

News Column, Nov. 8, 2002

Pssst. Rick Green Has Some Moldy Little Secrets

News Feature, Nov. 1, 2002

Farewell to a Giant

The late Sen. Paul Wellstone was larger than life.

News Column, Nov. 1, 2002

Chomsky on Power and Hope

News Feature, Oct. 25, 2002

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Low Road at High Speed

News Feature, Oct. 25, 2002

Capitol Chronicle

State Sen. Jeff Wentworth and Rep. Rick Green are accused of improper lobbying for "legal speed" maker Metabolife.

News Column, Oct. 25, 2002

"It's Extremely Easy to Frighten People"

Insightful foreign policy critic Noam Chomsky explains the upcoming war, previewing his Austin appearances.

News Feature, Oct. 18, 2002

Sour Notes For Robert Rodriguez

Robert Rodriguez runs into conflict with the Austin musicians' union over scoring his new release.

News Feature, Oct. 18, 2002

Capitol Chronicle

The new Congressional districts alter the political makeup of Central Texas.

News Column, Oct. 18, 2002

Room at the Top?

Part I of the Chronicle's preview of the Nov. 5 general election

News Feature, Oct. 11, 2002

Oppel's Memory Hole

Statesman editor Rich Oppel blasts Sen. Gonzalo Barrientos, but may not have checked his facts.

News Feature, Oct. 11, 2002

Capitol Chronicle

Hopwood lawyer Steven Wayne Smith aspires to the Texas Supreme Court.

News Column, Oct. 11, 2002

Enron's Masters of the Universe

A Conversation with Robert Bryce

News Feature, Oct. 4, 2002

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