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On the Lege 2003 19 results

Lawsuits and Candidates Abound

The Democrats file federal lawsuits against the new congressional map.

Michael King, Oct. 24, 2003

On the Lege

Michael King, Oct. 17, 2003

Tom Delay Faces Judgment Day (O'Connor)

Mike Clark-Madison, Oct. 17, 2003

Notes From the Permanent Government

The Democrats watch in shock and awe as the GOP mangles its own re-redistricting crusade

Michael King, Oct. 10, 2003

Do the Travis Three-Way

Mike Clark-Madison, Oct. 10, 2003

Some Opinions Are More Equal Than Others

The redistricting conference committee doesn't look like Texas, and Strayhorn gets slapped

Michael King, Oct. 3, 2003

Pancakes, Lies, and Watermelons

A week in the Legislature with Tom, Robert, Steve, and Carol

Michael King, Sep. 26, 2003

It Never Rains but It Pours (Even in Midland)

The Lege week in court, in correspondence, and in West Texas

Michael King, Sep. 19, 2003

Whither After Whitmire?

Perry calls a third special re-redistricting session, and the Dems explore their options.

Michael King, Sep. 12, 2003

The Judgement of Rev. Crabb

The House Redistricting Committee chair behaves very, very badly.

Michael King, Sep. 12, 2003

The Senate's Happy Un-Holiday

For the Senate Democrats, Labor Day was just another day (not) at the office.

Michael King, Sep. 5, 2003

No Solution

The second special session ends with a whimper, but the re-redistricting battle rages elsewhere

Michael King, Aug. 29, 2003

The Low Road Taken

The GOP Senate tightens the screws on the absent Texas 11.

Michael King, Aug. 22, 2003

Wentworth vs. Van de Putte

The senators from San Antonio tell very different stories of re-redistricting.

Michael King, Aug. 22, 2003

Supremes Turn Down Perry and Dewhurst

The Texas Supreme Court rejects Perry and Dewhurst's request for a writ of mandamus against the fugitive Senate Democrats.

Michael King, Aug. 15, 2003

Legislative Bums Rush

The Senate stands at ease, and the House steamrolls easily.

Michael King, Aug. 1, 2003

So What Else Is New?

Issues other than redistricting found space on the guv's special-session plate -- some were even important.

Michael King, Jul. 18, 2003

Senate Untangles Tort-Reform Knot

Sen. Bill Ratliff's committee shows what good government looks like as it takes up controversial HB 4.

Michael King, Apr. 25, 2003

GOP Defends Its Own "Weak and Poor"

This week at the circus, er, Lege.

Michael King, Feb. 28, 2003

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