Richard Whittaker

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Texas Activists Rattle Cages Over Shabby Jails
Texas Activists Rattle Cages Over Shabby Jails
Austin-based inmates' rights group hopes to shine daylight on inhumane conditions and mismanagement in county jails

News, Aug. 10, 2007

Community College Controversy Continues
Hornet's nest stirred by Perry's veto of $154 million in community college funding continues to buzz

News, Aug. 10, 2007

The Bridges of Travis (and Bexar, and Harris, and …) Counties
The Bridges of Travis (and Bexar, and Harris, and …) Counties
Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst puts pressure on TX-DoT over bridge maintenance.

News, Aug. 9, 2007

Killing with Kindness
Killing with Kindness

News, Aug. 8, 2007

The Abbott Advisories, Part 5
The Abbott Advisories, Part 5
Where's the Speaker Pro Tem been in all of this?

News, Aug. 7, 2007

Conservative Idol
Conservative Idol
Who gets the Heritage Alliance seal of conservative approval?

News, Aug. 7, 2007

The Abbott Advisories, Part 4
The Abbott Advisories, Part 4
As Republican in-fighting over Tom Craddick grows, where are the Democrats?

News, Aug. 7, 2007

Cornyn vs. CHIP
Cornyn vs. CHIP
Before they even have a candidate, the Dems are already running against Sen. John Cornyn.

News, Aug. 6, 2007

The Abbott Advisories, Part 3
The Abbott Advisories, Part 3
After the big opinion letters, now individual members are chiming in on the Craddick debacle.

News, Aug. 4, 2007

The Abbott Advisories, Part 2
The Abbott Advisories, Part 2
Now the anti-Craddick GOPers have given their considered legal opinion to the AG.

News, Aug. 4, 2007

The Abbott Advisories, Part 1
The Abbott Advisories, Part 1
Republican House heavy hitters give their legal opinion on Speaker Craddick to the AG. Well, he did ask.

News, Aug. 4, 2007

Bye-Bye to Bearse
Bye-Bye to Bearse
Perry's director of communications heads off, but is he going far?

News, Aug. 3, 2007

More Signs of the End Times
More Signs of the End Times
Have the Democrats found an unlikely ally in their fight to overturn Perry's budget cuts?

News, Aug. 3, 2007

Oh, the Joy of Double Dipping
Perry staffers serve double duty

News, Aug. 3, 2007

@ Chronic: Victory in '08! or Victory in '08?
The Texas Republican Party has already started pushing for electoral glory in 2008. So where are the Dems?

News, Aug. 3, 2007

So, Who's Your Contractor?
Resources for Finding the Perfect home-Project Manager

Features, Aug. 3, 2007

We Don't Need No Education(al Software)
If UT is so hard up for cash, why is it removing computer labs to make way for "student meeting spaces"?

News, Aug. 2, 2007

Someone Want to Say 'Faith-Based Initiative?'
Which evangelical got a promotion from Bush this week?

News, July 31, 2007

Laney and Price vs. Craddick
Laney and Price vs. Craddick
Two ex-speakers come out against Tom Craddick's attempts to claim absolute authority in the House.

News, July 31, 2007

Talmadge Heflin: Not a Name To Forget
Talmadge Heflin: Not a Name To Forget
Texas GOP hires a new exec director with a storied history.

News, July 31, 2007

Victory in 08! or Victory in 08?
Victory in 08! or Victory in 08?
When it comes to the '08 election, what's already being talked about when it comes to Texas Republicans?

News, July 30, 2007

Safety at the State House
Safety at the State House
False alarm bomb scare clears the lege.

News, July 28, 2007

Reptile Hunters Rattled Over Ban on 'Texas Tradition'
Reptile Hunters Rattled Over Ban on 'Texas Tradition'
Feeling singled out, they're threatening to sue state over legislation banning roadside hunting of wild animals

News, July 27, 2007

Could Harriet and Alberto Represent You?
Could Harriet and Alberto Represent You?
Could Miers and Gonzales face losing their law licenses? The answer is a big "maybe."

News, July 26, 2007

Are They Talking About the Same Place?
OSHA says the BP site at Texas City is unsafe: BP think's it's all rosy.

News, July 25, 2007

More Bad News for Miers, Bolten, and Bush
More Bad News for Miers, Bolten, and Bush
House Judiciary Committee hands down contempt citations against Miers and Bolten.

News, July 25, 2007

There's Nothing Like a Real Coal Fire
There's Nothing Like a Real Coal Fire
Public Utility Commission member pushes for more coal, even after the recent TXU struggle.

News, July 25, 2007

Neo-Cons for Top Ten Percent
Neo-Cons for Top Ten Percent
The undergraduate diversity rule gets some unexpected new allies.

News, July 24, 2007

Marshalling Forces and Strange Bedfellows
Marshalling Forces and Strange Bedfellows
Will Tom Craddick be able to muster enough votes to hang on as speaker if there's a special session?

News, July 23, 2007

TXU Faces Fines
TXU Faces Fines
The commercial supply side of the electricity giant gets caught re-signing customers without telling them.

News, July 23, 2007

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