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"… toria DeFrancesco Soto, a political science professor at the University of Texas, told the Center for Public Integrity. “Latinos that are closer to the …"

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"… veral historically Republican-leaning states, such as Arizona, Georgia and Texas, where Democrats have a small, but growing chance of winning. Trump’s c …"

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"… n outsize voice in decisions that impact nearly every American. The former Texas insurance commissioner who runs the insurance program at the Consumer Fede …"

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"… aster” and “very corrupt.” With his opponent, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, gazing expressionlessly at him from the next podium during a Republican p …"

"… ng Cruz. Neugebauer, speaking on a panel of large political donors at the Texas Tribune Festival in September, said Conway has “really gotten the messag …"

"… onvention in July, and now are being publicly credited with convincing the Texas senator to make the public endorsement he issued in late September. In an …"

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"… t gets at the whole integrity of the process,” said Bob Hunter, a former Texas commissioner who runs the insurance program for the advocacy group Co …"

"… e economic development engines as well as cash cows for state coffers. In Texas, one of the nation’s largest insurance hubs, the state reaps about $2 bi …"

"… d Birny Birnbaum, executive director of the Center for Economic Justice, a Texas-based consumer advocacy group. For example, until recently, Connecticut …"

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"… lude ExxonMobil’s massive refinery and petrochemical complex in Baytown, Texas, and a slew of coal-fired power plants, from FirstEnergy’s Harrison in W …"

"… s O. McGarity, a law professor and regulatory scholar at the University of Texas at Austin, said the Center’s findings show that “a lot of the problem …"

"… ulous as Indiana. The only place that burns more tons of coal for power is Texas, which makes four times the electricity and gets a lot of it from natural …"

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"… ry Project, a nonprofit advocacy group founded by actress Eva Longoria and Texas businessman Henry R. Muñoz III. While officially describing itself as no …"

"… orary co-chairs” of the Latino Victory Fund: U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro of Texas, New York City Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, billionaire hedge fund manag …"

"… eles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. Cesar Blanco, a Democratic member of the Texas House of Representatives, is the Latino Victory Fund’s interim director. …"

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"… drops.” Chris Tomlinson, Houston Chronicle business columnist (Houston, Texas) “Spending $140 million to keep lawmakers from addressing a public healt …"

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"… the end of the day each person on the stage only has one vote.” …"

"… Dave Levinthal, senior reporter at the Center for Public Integrity, at the Texas Tribune Festival in Austin on Saturday. (Listen to the full discussion her …"

"… Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and backed Wendy Davis’ campaign for Texas governor. But even the most generous donations cannot guarantee that a ca …"

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"… le Nuclear Security Summit process,” said Alan Kuperman, a University of Texas public policy professor who closely monitors efforts to draw down the worl …"

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"… was co-published with the Dallas Morning News. …"

"… iries for the report; the piece ran on the Center’s website, that of the Texas Tribune and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Once the story was posted, and b …"

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"… ts. Michael Geruso, an assistant economics professor at the University of Texas at Austin, said aggressive coding practices have had a “huge impact on t …"

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"… you’ve got a number in a box that looks like data,” said Keith Ingram, Texas director of elections. “But if you put any confidence in that number at …"

"… st way to do that is by voting.” The 2000 presidential election between Texas Gov. George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore brought critical scrutiny t …"

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"… een disproportionately purged. In Florida, Kansas, Iowa and Harris County, Texas, courts have ordered elections officials to restore thousands of voters to …"

"… like Chicago’s Cook County to small rural communities like Starr County, Texas. That accounts for much of the variety in how registration rolls are maint …"

"… integrity of the voting process.” The ACRU sued three small counties in Texas along the Rio Grande, which are overwhelmingly Latino, plus four Mississip …"

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"… at the polls. This year, News21 reviewed cases in Arizona, Ohio, Georgia, Texas and Kansas, where politicians have expressed concern about voter fraud, an …"

"… e ID law) tell me whose vote they want canceled out.” A similarly strict Texas voter ID law was weakened by a federal appeals court after a panel of judg …"

"… that could be used as an ID. The appellate court did not strike down the Texas law entirely, but under a temporary fix signed off on by a federal ju …"

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"… eadlines to register and still vote on election day. Republican-controlled Texas and Wisconsin passed the strictest voter ID laws, while North Carolina and …"

"… hat struck down, weakened or altered new voting requirements in Wisconsin, Texas, North Carolina and North Dakota because, the courts concluded, the laws w …"

"… ear such changes in advance with the U.S. Justice Department. For example, Texas enacted one of the strictest photo ID laws in the country in 2011, only to …"

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"… ,” and the House Ethics Committee will extend its investigation into the Texas congressman’s conduct. The determination was made by the Office of Cong …"

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"… o-published with our home town friends at the Washington Post and with the Texas Tribune — on the ease of assembling a dirty bomb. It’s part of a long …"

"… , including the location where the regulatory controls fell apart (Dallas, Texas), and the type of radioactive materials that were involved. It can probabl …"

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"… r in the Department of Communication at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, and an expert on the subject. “He does not hesitate to demonize large …"

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"… n point.” …"

"… et group of fewer than 10 people – formed in April 2014 in North Dakota, Texas, and Michigan – discovered that getting a license and then ordering enou …"

"… undertake a “dirty bomb” attack. Here’s how they did it: In Dallas, Texas, they incorporated a shell company they never intended to run and rented o …"

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"… New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff and the Texas law firm of Democratic super donors Steve and Amber Mostyn. All have made …"

"… sion last month in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstadt, which overturned Texas restrictions on abortion clinics, a ruling Blumenthal described as a “la …"

"… ngs during batting practice. Among them? both Doyle and Rep. Gene Green, D-Texas, another member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee who was also pr …"

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"… nbar on U.S. Rep. Roger Williams,  a Republican congressman from Texas who offered an amendment last fall that would directly benefit his car dea …"

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"… campaign fundraiser pulled him aside so he could talk with two women from Texas who had expressed interest in making donations. …"

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"… any ex-clients. Carlos Gardea, a driving instructor who lives in El Paso, Texas, is on the list. When he agreed in 2012 to pay a $1,700 upfront fee and $5 …"

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"… profile is to sponsor a delegation. The Republican National Convention’s Texas delegation, which offers packages ranging from the $5,000 “Bluebonnet Cl …"

"… blican leadership and members of the U.S. Senate. U.S. Sen. John Cornyn of Texas and U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker of Mississippi are featured speakers, and the e …"

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"… or cases against him. Furthermore, he was twice evicted from apartments in Texas. And two Texas courts ordered one of Peterson’s companies to pay credito …"

"… t him. Furthermore, he was twice evicted from apartments in Texas. And two Texas courts ordered one of Peterson’s companies to pay creditors more than $2 …"

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"… as revealed it is investigating the conduct of U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R-Texas, a Weatherford car dealer who authored an amendment that would have exempt …"

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"… r well water or property values will return to what they once were. After Texas, Pennsylvania produces the most natural gas in the United States. It also …"

"… the results of studies showing evidence of such links in Pennsylvania and Texas, it quickly felt backlash from industry. When the team found no correlatio …"

"… in the Marcellus, was accused of fouling two water wells near Fort Worth, Texas, with benzene, methane, propane and toluene. Range said the contaminants w …"

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"… ennifer Miller. Trump today is in the midst of a fundraising swing through Texas. But Trump has even bigger political paydays in mind. Trump on billionair …"

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"… Paul. Tate managed the 2012 presidential campaign of then Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, Rand Paul’s father. A federal jury in May found Tate guilty of public …"

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