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Analysis: Paxton faces a predicament familiar to Texas attorneys general

By Ross Ramsey, Texas Tribune Texas has had seven attorneys general in the last five decades. Two became governors, one became chief justice of the...

Democrats in Congress urge Abbott to lift limit on mail-in ballot drop-off locations

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By Jolie McCullough, Texas Tribune The Democratic chairs of three high-profile Congressional committees Tuesday urged Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to rescind his order limiting counties...

Abbott hints he may reopen Texas bars

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By Dan Rosenzweig-Ziff and Juan Pablo Garnham, Texas Tribune Gov. Greg Abbott teased in a tweet Monday that he would soon allow “more openings” of...

Biden campaign to spend $6 million on Texas campaign ads

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By Alex Samuels, Texas Tribune Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s campaign is set to spend millions of dollars on TV ads in Texas as polls...

Texas AG says he won’t resign after accusations of criminal activity by top aides

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By Emma Platoff and Abby Livingston Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who came under fire this weekend with allegations of bribery and abuse of office...

Tropical Storm Gamma moving into Gulf, may turn northward

The National Hurricane Center says a hurricane hunter plane has flown over an area near the Yucatan Peninsula. Tropical Storm Gamma should continue to move...

Tropical Depression 25 forms in the Caribbean

The National Hurricane Center says a tropical depression has formed in the northwest Caribbean. Forecasters say satellite images indicate cloudiness and showers that are part...

Voters, voting rights groups sue Abbott over order to close ballot drop-off locations

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By Emma Platoff, Texas Tribune Voting rights advocates and civic groups have rushed to the courthouse in a bid to block Republican Gov. Greg Abbott’s...

Fauci: Americans should trust COVID-19 vaccine process

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By Shawn Mulcahy, The Texas Tribune Dr. Anthony Fauci downplayed concerns about the safety of a COVID-19 vaccine during a conversation this week at the 2020 Texas Tribune...

Court orders Texas prisons to give hand sanitizer to geriatric inmates

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By Jolie McCullough, Texas Tribune A federal judge ordered the Texas prison system on Tuesday to provide more protective measures against the coronavirus, like hand...
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