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Point Austin: What We Think of Us
City's "community survey" an annual public selfie
Texas Vets Push for Marijuana Reform
Veterans Lobby Day held Wednesday at the Capitol
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Feb. 24, 2017
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News highlights from the week of February 23rd
Feb. 24 issue
Protest Votes Under Scrutiny
Over 16,400 Texans signed an affidavit in order to vote
Richard Whittaker • Feb. 24 issue
Richard Moya R.I.P.
The first Mexican-American elected to public office in Travis County was 84
Michael King • Feb. 24 issue
This week's opportunities for public engagement
Feb. 24 issue
The dais considers what constitutes “too tall”
Michael King, Feb. 24 issue
“Everything is on hold”
Sarah Marloff, Feb. 24 issue
Standing up to anti-choice rhetoric during a three-bill frenzy at the Capitol
Mary Tuma, Feb. 24 issue
Richard Whittaker, Feb. 24 issue
More than 83% of state school districts either don't teach sex ed or teach abstinence-positive curricula
Mary Tuma, Feb. 24 issue
Entitlements? Social Security isn't a welfare program
Jim Hightower, Feb. 24 issue
Agitators, disrupters, or “anarchists,” these masked protesters represent a new resistance
Joseph Caterine, Feb. 17 issue
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