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Gambling in Texas: Fact vs Fiction

Proponents claim legalized gambling is the fix for our budget crisis. But is it? What are the facts? James Bernsen wrote an excellent, 4 part series on gambling that originally appeared in the Texas Republic News. A must read.

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Texas Taxpayer Savings Grants would save $2 billion.

TSG’s would also have the effect of increasing per pupil funding in Texas Public Schools…

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Who is Exploiting Women’s Health?

Hint: It’s not the Texas Legislature.

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PEC Election Begins May 4

The Pedernales Electric Cooperative Board elections begin May 4. This is another battleground in the war between environmental extremists and common-sense Texans. Candidates Alan Yore for District 2, and Stephen Thomas for District 3 are best for restoring balance and common sense.

Ballots may be cast by mail or online by June 10. Afterwards, members may vote in person at the annual meeting on June 18 in Johnson City.

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Has Cox changed her stance? #rrisd

There seems to be some inconsistency in RRISD Trustee Diane Cox’ stance on voter approval of tax increases.

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“Curiouser and curiouser!” Cried Alice..

RRISD seems to have created a list of spending priorities that ranks hall monitors higher than dyslexia and TAG teachers. Even more disturbing, it doesn’t seem the elected Board of Trustees were invited to be involved in this important decision-making process…

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Dziadziola, Sellers for RRISD Board

I am endorsing David Dziadziola and Brian Sellers for Round Rock School Board. Election Day is May 14, Early voting is May 2-10