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"… d that’s actually not fair to train wrecks.” So said Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) at last week’s Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland. It …"

"… ur only in those 34 states, led primarily by Republican governors, like in Texas, that defaulted to the federal government to operate their health insuranc …"

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"… ated a 2007 peer-reviewed paper about over-reporting of staffing levels in Texas nursing homes. Guided by lead author Bita Kash and assisted by Charlene Ha …"

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"… re are home to about 1.4 percent of all Americans. Paul, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Louisiana Gov. …"

"… ricans. Paul, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and former U.N. Ambassador Jo …"

"… ived $2,500 from Perry last year. Whitver specifically praised the former Texas governor for putting “a lot of time and sweat equity into Iowa” during …"

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"… plants, oil refineries and fertilizer plants in places like Mont Belvieu, Texas, and Monaca, Pennsylvania.  They have asked state regulators for perm …"

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"… id. “It seems like there’s a lot of them these days.” Bloomberg and Texas billionaire John Arnold each gave more than $2 million to groups supportin …"

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"… research unless all the data were published online. Rep. Lamar Smith, the Texas Republican who chairs the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology …"

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"… er. It also gave more than $3 million to state parties, including those in Texas and Maine.  The bulk of the checks it wrote, however, totaling about …"

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"… Yankees, supported Romney is 2012 but is currently uncommitted. Texas developer Harlan Crow, a major donor in 2012 to Restore Our Futu …"

"… yone out’ Gaylord T. Hughey Jr., a prominent campaign cash bundler from Texas, said he has heard from and met with “several” potential presidential …"

"… ,000 for Romney’s 2012 campaign. He also raised money for Texas Gov. Rick Perry, another possible 2016 presidential candidate, when Perry …"

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"… OP,” said Curtis Ellis, a spokesman for Competitive Governance Action, a Texas group campaigning to get rid of the Affordable Care Act. Style and substa …"

"… on and less choice.” The Health Care Compact Alliance was co-founded by Texas mega builder Leo Linbeck III. Ellis, the Texas group’s spokesman, would …"

"… Alliance was co-founded by Texas mega builder Leo Linbeck III. Ellis, the Texas group’s spokesman, wouldn’t identify where its money comes from, excep …"

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"… targeted a half-dozen shale gas-producing states, including Pennsylvania, Texas and North Dakota, emphasizing small-town reliance on energy and downplayin …"

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"… are any other notable White House prospects, such as Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas; Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. and Gov. Scott Walker, R-Wis.  But, accord …"

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"… vironmental statutes are filed against the agency each year. The state of Texas alone has nine cases pending against the EPA. Earthjustice, a nonprof …"

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"… is neutral." No state has taken advantage of TERA’s services more than Texas, where a rush of oil and gas production has created air pollution problems …"

"… friend of Michael Honeycutt, who heads the toxicology division at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), the primary enforcer of the Cl …"

"… mary enforcer of the Clean Air Act and other federal environmental laws in Texas. His department has evaluated the toxicity of 45 chemicals since 2007 thro …"

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"… the new guideline as the reason for the delisting. …"

"… weaker, or less health-protective, than the old one. The decision by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) was a boon for oil refineries, …"

"… ry agency in the U.S. that's done that." The benzene decision was part of Texas’ sweeping overhaul of its air pollution guidelines. An analysis by Insid …"

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"… ed a 20-month investigation into air pollution associated with fracking in Texas, the epicenter of a massive drilling boom. Some South Texas residents who …"

"… th fracking in Texas, the epicenter of a massive drilling boom. Some South Texas residents who live atop the Eagle Ford Shale say drilling and related acti …"

"… ators. A recent story in the series focused on the Barnett Shale in North Texas and highlighted new research suggesting proximity to fracking sites and oi …"

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"… Corporation to manage the Y-12 plant in Tennessee and the Pantex plant in Texas, where key nuclear weapons components are made. Panel co-chairman Richard …"

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"… d indirectly help a person’s eventual presidential campaign. Like Bush, Texas Gov. Rick Perry has also publicly declared interest in running for preside …"

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"… are cancer had a cause, she believes, and it wasn’t genetics. Others in Texas have drawn the same conclusions about their confounding illnesses. Jana De …"

"… seases. They all lived for years atop the gas-rich Barnett Shale in North Texas, birthplace of modern hydraulic fracturing. And they all believe exposure …"

"… nurse, “because I’ve got to get out of here or I’m going to die.” Texas regulators and politicians have shrugged off such complaints for years. Th …"

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"… of the Center for Public Integrity contributed to this article. …"

"… lations, hoping their city of 61,000 will join the growing number of North Texas communities that have tightened their public-safety rules in this birthpla …"

"… ites operate. Residents typically focus on local rather than state rules. Texas is an enthusiastic supporter of oil and gas, reaping billions of dollars a …"

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"… plants, oil refineries and fertilizer plants in places like Mont Belvieu, Texas, and Monaca, Pennsylvania.  They have asked state regulators for perm …"

"… endently verified by the Center for Public Integrity.  Louisiana and Texas account for most of these projects — 34 and 50, respectively. In those s …"

"… s such as the Haynesville Shale in northwestern Louisiana and northeastern Texas into ethylene, used to make plastics and other products.  Sasol also …"

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"… reporters David Heath and Ben Wieder contributed to this report. …"

"… PEARSALL, Texas — During their careers as oil and gas inspectors for the Texas Railroad Commission, Fred Wright and Morris Kocurek earned merit raises, p …"

"… nt. The incidents Kocurek and Wright describe offer an inside look at how Texas regulates the oil and gas industry, a subject InsideClimate News and the C …"

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"… life building infrastructure for the petrochemical industry in his native Texas — synthetic rubber plants in Port Neches, chemical facilities in Orange. …"

"… court. There is the case, for example, of a contract worker for southeast Texas refineries and chemical plants who washed his tools in benzene and later d …"

"… this.” ‘He never complained’ To family and friends in Deweyville, Texas, a pine-shaded  town along the Louisiana border, John Thompson was …"

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"… court order.” Plaintiff’s lawyers like Herschel Hobson, of Beaumont, Texas, wield such documents in worker exposure cases to demonstrate early indust …"

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"… s — additional coalition members include the chief executives of Alaska, Texas, South Carolina and Louisiana — but none made anyone available, though A …"

"… hat featured officials from the five inaugural states of the coalition — Texas, Alaska, Virginia, Mississippi and Louisiana — who decried the federal g …"

"… before that, he says, as legal counsel to the top oil and gas regulator in Texas. The alliance says it seeks to improve understanding of the nation’s en …"

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"… elative to majority-white homes, the Center found. For Latinos, cities in Texas, among them El Paso and Brownsville, had daily registered nurse care level …"

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"… 007 academic paper found significant levels of over-reporting in Texas nursing homes that could suggest preparing for inspectors’ visits by rai …"

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"… he homes analyzed. Bita Kash, professor of Health Policy and Management at Texas A & M University, said Medicaid’s comparatively low reimbursements h …"

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"… e Bard’s works before parents and grandparents and aunts and uncles. In Texas, incarcerated youths lead their relatives to schools inside juvenile facil …"

"… he examples are few and far between.” As Arya noted in her article, the Texas Juvenile Justice Department has made family engagement a “top priority …"

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"… n the governorship. In a race that attracted a lot of national attention, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, a Republican, beat Democratic state Sen. Wen …"

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"… s of the group are Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, and Reps. Scott Garrett, R-N.J.; Sean Duffy, R-Wis.; Jim Himes, D-Conn.; …"

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