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House Republican Sneaks in Anti-Abortion Amendments
House GOP sought to slip anti-choice amendments in unrelated bill
by Mary Tuma
Pre-K "Godless"
Another sign of discord between Lite Guv and Abbott?
by Richard Whittaker
Fenves Approved
Provost replaces Powers as regent wars still rage
by Richard Whittaker
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DIY Composting Basics: Tips From Austin Resource Recovery
A thumbnail of composting basics, with upcoming classes
Robyn Ross • Apr. 24 issue
Quote of the Week
Yes, they really said that
Apr. 24 issue
News highlights from the week of April 23th
Apr. 24 issue
Can MACC and 70 Rainey Coexist?
Will the development of the Rainey Street District squeeze the MACC?
Tony Cantú • Apr. 24 issue
En route to compost, some food remains food
Robyn Ross, Apr. 24 issue
This week's opportunities for public engagement
Apr. 24 issue
Lege pushes weak oversight rules, school voucher bill sails through Senate, and more...
Richard Whittaker, Apr. 24 issue
Lawmakers try to regulate ammonium nitrate storage
Richard Whittaker, Apr. 24 issue
Was Daniel Nagle murdered by a man acting alone, or was it part of a larger conspiracy?
Chase Hoffberger, Apr. 24 issue
Jim Hightower, Apr. 24 issue
Council holds commissioners court … and other matters
Michael King, Apr. 17, 2015
Texas heavily underwrites anti-abortion centers, while slashing reproductive care
Mary Tuma, Apr. 17 issue
Selena Fest Success Corpus Christi's inaugural Fiesta de la Flor becomes a legend
High Profits: Cannabis as Pot of Gold High Profits, by Austin’s Bat Bridge Entertainment, debuts
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Neil Diamond’s Carbon Footprint Songbook lands on the Frank Erwin Center with divine justice