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Kevin Fullerton

32 articles

Naked City

Real legislative reform of the state's tax-credit allocation process is slowly moving toward the governor's desk.

News Feature, Apr. 13, 2001

Union's Due

Labor lawyer David Van Os stands accused by former employees of blocking their attempts to organize

News Feature, Apr. 6, 2001

Will the Charges Stick?

The National Labor Relations Board issues a formal complaint against Van Os and Associates

News Feature, Apr. 6, 2001

Naked City

Handicapping the (future) race for mayor.Rep. Jim Dunnam introduces a bill that would place new restrictions on charter schools and limit the creation of new charters; charter school advocates protest, saying they're being punished for the misdeeds of a few.

News Feature, Mar. 30, 2001

Technical Difficulties

Older professionals face a hard choice: leave Austin or go tech?

News Feature, Mar. 2, 2001

Naked City

Looking back on the Mardi Gras riots, City Manager Jesus Garza says there may be no more large parties on Sixth Street in the future; meanwhile, people who were there talk about what happened.

News Feature, Mar. 2, 2001

Naked City

Education Austin, the union of AISD teachers, offers a budget counterproposal that includes increasing teacher pay, hiring full-time substitute teachers, and rewarding certified teachers.

News Feature, Mar. 2, 2001

Looking to the Future

Screens Feature, Mar. 2, 2001

Who You Gonna Call?

Small Texas towns look to Austin and Washington to jump-start economic development

News Feature, Feb. 23, 2001

Naked City

AISD hosts a conference of public and higher education leaders to determine and discuss priorities for public education in Texas.

News Feature, Feb. 16, 2001

Killer Reputation

Murders from Austin's not quite forgotten past

Features Feature, Jan. 26, 2001

Naked City

Expect some upsets at the state housing agency, as Gov. Rick Perry and the state Sunset Advisory Commission implement changes in the scandal-wracked department.

News Feature, Jan. 26, 2001

Naked City

The Downtown Austin Alliance presented its annual Impact Awards to groups and individuals responsible for "revitalizing" the Central Business District, but not everyone is happy with what they consider downtown gentrification.

News Feature, Jan. 19, 2001

Naked City

A Hard Lesson

News Feature, Jan. 12, 2001

Naked City

Tear-Down, or Fixer-Upper?

News Feature, Jan. 5, 2001

CSC Who?

News Feature, Dec. 11, 1998

A Conservative Coup?

Different Strokes

News Feature, Oct. 23, 1998

The Rent Rub

Working Poor Getting Stiffed on Housing Costs

News Feature, Aug. 21, 1998

Dropping Out

Teachers Trade Low Pay for High Tech

News Feature, Jun. 5, 1998

The Prop. 2 Coup

Not Your Same Old Song and Dance

News Feature, May. 8, 1998

Who's Minding the Clinics?

City/County Divided on Public Health

News Feature, May. 1, 1998

The Laws of the Land

Hatfield and McCoy Drama Unfolds Over Aquifer

News Feature, Apr. 24, 1998

Green Acres

Prop. 2 Seeks to Protect Water Quality - but at a Price

News Feature, Apr. 10, 1998

Home-Grown Workers

Is Austin's Job Boom Trickling Down to the People?

News Feature, Mar. 27, 1998

Harnessing Anger

News Feature, Feb. 13, 1998

Competing Tunnel Visions

Traffic Solutions at Sixth and Lamar

News Feature, Jan. 30, 1998

Paying Doctor

Federal Insurance Program Could Aid Texas' Youth

News Feature, Dec. 26, 1997

And the Winner Is...

Who Will Benefit the Most From Annexation?

News Feature, Nov. 14, 1997

PAC by Popular Demand

Critics Say ALLC's Reforms Won't Stem the Tide of Big Money

News Feature, Oct. 31, 1997

Breaking Away

Austin's Newest Bike Plan May Finally Pull Ahead

News Feature, Oct. 17, 1997

Targeting the Fat Cats

On Your Ballot: ALLC's Campaign Reform

News Feature, Oct. 10, 1997

Sin Buddhism

Comptroller Nixes Tax Exemption for "Non-Believers"

News Feature, Aug. 8, 1997

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