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"… the group has 32,000 local members and thousands of small-dollar donors. Texas billionaires John and Laura Arnold are backing four measures in Colorado, …"

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"… $5,000 chunks from oil and gas companies based in California, Oklahoma and Texas. Still, Stansbury has so far outperformed her opponent and raised about $ …"

"… imits, said Ron Fein, legal director of Free Speech for People, an Austin, Texas-based advocacy group that has filed an amicus brief in support of the cont …"

"… eum Corporation and ConocoPhillips — both oil and gas companies based in Texas. In all, Hall has raised $21,250 from more than a dozen out-of-state dono …"

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"… eneral help draw the congressional lines in two states — Mississippi and Texas — adding to the list of races targeted in the fight over partisan redist …"

"… show the Action Now Initiative, a progressive advocacy group working with Texas billionaires Laura and John Arnold, gave at least $262,000 to the committe …"

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"… id investigation …"

"… s River Valley. But after 13 years of living in his dream home in central Texas, Barnes decided to move when he learned his neighbors had agreed to have s …"

"… more than two decades helping preserve the rolling plains and wildlife of Texas as a land manager for ranches. “I’ve seen this time and time again, …"

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"… eported. In her June interview with CNN, attorney Natalia Cornelio of the Texas Civil Rights Project described a talk she had with a detained Honduran mot …"

"… een separated from her nursing child after they were taken into custody in Texas and initially held together at a detention center. “One of the women th …"

"… p; Leydi Duenas-Claros, a Salvadoran who had previously lived in Houston, Texas, alleged in her lawsuit that U.S. Border Patrol agents separated her from …"

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"… successful campaigns in terms of fundraising this election cycle. …"

"… of Government Ethics, told a standing-room only crowd of about 300 at the Texas Tribune Festival on Friday. “But now, in the absence of any kind of con …"

"… haub spoke at a panel titled “Is Government Ethics an Oxymoron” at the Texas Tribune Festival. The panel was moderated by Dave Levinthal, federal polit …"

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"… rnors — in Alabama, Arkansas, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New York, Texas and Vermont — may cruise easily to victory, together they have already a …"

"… nly seemingly safe governor who has raised tens of millions of dollars. In Texas, Republican Gov. Greg Abbott enjoys approval ratings as high as 60 percent …"

"… he state. While direct corporate contributions to candidates are banned in Texas, Abbott still received millions in contributions from donors whose compani …"

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"… , a private prison company that operates immigrant detention facilities in Texas and elsewhere, gave in August to the re-election campaign of U.S. Sen. Ted …"

"… where, gave in August to the re-election campaign of U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas. Private prison company CoreCivic’s PAC, meanwhile, gave $15,000 to the …"

"… h on behalf of Jerald Smith, a part-time substitute teacher in Fort Worth, Texas. $600,000: What billionaire businessman George Soros gave in August to ne …"

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"… k. In 2017, California was the nation's No. 4 oil-producing state, behind Texas, North Dakota and Alaska, according to the U.S. Energy Information Adminis …"

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"… where, all across Mississippi, across the country.” Twenty years ago in Texas, James Byrd Jr., a 49-year-old black man, was chained by his ankles to a p …"

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"… of CoreCivic said on the call. CoreCivic does, however, operate the South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley, Texas, which has the capacity to hold …"

"… oes, however, operate the South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley, Texas, which has the capacity to hold 2,400 parents and their children. ICE and …"

"… doesn’t provide medical or mental healthcare services or staffing at the Texas facility. ICE’s Health Service Corp, she said, is “solely responsible …"

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"… lear explosive safety” at the government’s Pantex plant near Amarillo, Texas, where warheads are assembled and taken apart by specially-trained workers …"

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"… which will carry oil from western Canada through Montana into Illinois and Texas, and bring more workers into the area to build it.   TransCanada pla …"

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"… lism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Responding to a steep rise in reports of hate crimes on campus, at lea …"

"… er began his contentious tour of college campuses in 2016. His first stop: Texas A&M University in College Station. Preston Wiginton, 53, of Austin sa …"

"… hopes of introducing more diverse opinions on campus. He said he attended Texas A&M as an undergraduate in his 40s but left because of an “ultra-lib …"

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"… starting to trust our police,” Rao said. When Bobby Brooks was elected Texas A&M University’s first openly gay student body president in March 20 …"

"… t to the local police. The threats on Facebook and Twitter came after then-Texas Gov. Rick Perry wrote an editorial in the Houston Chronicle ques …"

"… er results became official, Brooks was at a convenience store in Longview, Texas, when he noticed glares and whispers from a group of people he recognized …"

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"… rts and advocates interviewed by News21 in Florida, Oregon, California and Texas. “In immigrant communities, the fear is palpable,” said Monica Bauer, …"

"… Pricila Garcia, 20, the daughter of Mexican immigrants living in Cleburne, Texas. “People became a little more brave with their words, especially when it …"

"… h uncertainty Train tracks bisect Cleburne, a sparse, rural town in north Texas, named in honor of a Confederate general. Its population is 66 percent whi …"

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"… ts. If you've been a victim or a witness, tell us your story here. …"

"… n a victim or a witness, tell us your story here. …"

"… aces, it's still with us," said Gray, who is now an attorney in Kerrville, Texas. While black Americans have long been targets of hate, advocacy groups an …"

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"… e decrease.   House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady, R-Texas, and the tax law’s sponsor, has called criticisms that the legislation b …"

"… ly after Trump signed the bill into law that families in his home state of Texas would see on average $2,000 more a year in after-tax income. “It’s sa …"

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"… indicating the action by the Treasury would be illegal. Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Pat Toomey, R-Pa., introduced a bill in April to index capital gains …"

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"… similar suits filed not just in New York but also in California, Arizona, Texas, Michigan and Pennsylvania.    Inside a secure room, Lovell’s …"

"… etained undocumented teen from Guatemala alleges that in 2016 in Presidio, Texas, a male CBP agent touched her vaginal area and breasts after ordering her …"

"… id Adriana Piñon, staff attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union in Texas. Since September, AFSC U.S.-Mexico Border Program director Pedro Rios sai …"

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"… d energy capital …"

"… ready, officials in Arizona, Colorado and New York have taken action. The Texas committee, which helps decide which medicines are best for patients and sh …"

"… or gifts” from any pharmaceutical companies and to identify those firms, Texas Health and Human Services Commission spokeswoman Kelli Weldon said in an e …"

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"… want that unnecessary attention,” said Pricila Garcia, 20, of Cleburne, Texas, the daughter of Mexican immigrants. LGBTQ people also are hesitant  …"

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"… ts blacklegged counterpart — it has long thrived in southern states like Texas and Florida but is advancing northward. In Maine, tick ecologists have log …"

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"… er migrant families—are now with parents and held in family detention in Texas. During their period of separation, some of their parents failed to pass s …"

"… o was separated from his father and placed in at a shelter in San Antonio, Texas for 58 days. While there, the boy “suffered tremendous fear, anxiety an …"

"… e the boy was reunited with his father in family detention in Karnes City, Texas, J.M.A.’s father had already sat through and failed a credible fear scre …"

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"… tendees from five states — Arizona, Illinois, Missouri, North Dakota and Texas — have already successfully passed legislation. And today, similar bills …"

"… eation of two nonprofits operated out of the same office suite in Houston, Texas, run by the same man: Mark Meckler, co-founder of the Tea Party Patriots, …"

"… rvative personalities across the country, including U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Fox News’ Sean Hannity. To be sure, though, the 20 …"

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"… eir children.” The Dilley Pro Bono Project sends attorneys to the South Texas Family Residential Center, a detention center in Dilley, Texas, with the c …"

"… o the South Texas Family Residential Center, a detention center in Dilley, Texas, with the capacity to hold 2,400 women and children. Meanwhile, the Trump …"

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"… nequal in other regions as well – from Florida to California and down to Texas. As the stock market climbs but wages remain relatively flat, the Constitu …"

"… kins left Connecticut in 2017 to receive technical training at a school in Texas that advertised to veterans. The school, Retail Ready Career Training, shu …"

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"… an Miguel Fernandez, who gave mainly to Republicans and conservatives, and Texas-born, Chihuahua state cabinet member Alejandra de la Vega Foster, whose na …"

"… tion work and “get out the vote” activities in states such as Iowa and Texas in 2008, but he couldn’t quit his full-time job. The money he raised was …"

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"… ittees “I have no financial disclosures,” Dr. Divyansu Patel told the Texas Drug Utilization Review Board in a drab hearing room of a state health age …"

"… Board in a drab hearing room of a state health agency building in Austin, Texas, in November. He then praised the drug Rexulti. But Patel did not tell th …"

"… in November. He then praised the drug Rexulti. But Patel did not tell the Texas committee he had been paid more than $12,000 over the past two years by th …"

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