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"… ith a candidate. Also attacking Trump is the campaign of Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, a pro-Cruz super PAC, Stand for Truth and conservative super PAC Club for …"

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"… didates such as U.S. Sen. John McCain of Arizona and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas. The price goes up if Carson is himself willing to sign solicitations for …"

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"… arting to panic,” said Johanna Dunaway, a political science professor at Texas A&M University. “So now, you see the efforts to try to stop his path …"

"… e. “I was duped by the Donald.” Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and Stand for Truth — a super PAC supporting Cruz — took jabs at Trump …"

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"… ous super PACs supporting seven different GOP candidates: Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey, former Te …"

"… as, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Sen. Lindsey Graham of Sout …"

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"… l, but did not respond to Center requests for an interview. In 2013, Texas legislators  adopted a bill that prevents school police from issuing …"

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"… olks in the three top donor states for business owners and top executives: Texas ($41,800), Florida ($37,785) and California ($30,200). Wendell Reeder, ow …"

"… ,200). Wendell Reeder, owner of Clarksville Oil & Gas in Clarksville, Texas, and nearby ranches is one of those people. “He tells it like it his, …"

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"… bout one-fifth what fellow Republican White House hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas raised for the month. $1,078,875: Debt owed by Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walke …"

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"… only about one-third of all TV ads were attack ads. U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and his super PAC allies are primarily responsible for the recent onslaugh …"

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"… t lobbyists register only if they earn or spend at least $5,000 a year. In Texas, part-time lobbyists aren’t always required to register and report their …"

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"… nyl chloride and brain cancer as it is has to be rewritten.” …"

"… ath. In fact, the company counted only one of the 23 brain-tumor deaths in Texas City. The Center’s investigation found that because of the way industry …"

"… estimate exposures. Jim Tarr, who worked as an air pollution regulator in Texas at the time, said such a method “doesn’t even reach the level of being …"

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"… moting the billionaire businessman, but others lampooning Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, who edged him out last week in Iowa’s caucus. Trump still remains a fr …"

"… — when a dozen presidential nominating contests will be waged. Of them, Texas is the biggest prize: On the Republican side, 155 delegates are up for gra …"

"… re awarded on a proportional basis.) Bush is so far the only candidate in Texas — Republican or Democrat — with a notable television advertising prese …"

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"… er his strong third-place finish last week in Iowa, where Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump narrowly edged him out. Ac …"

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"… equent clients include Navistar, a diesel truck manufacturer, and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, a regulatory agency that has a h …"

"… y said. “It doesn’t advance the science very much.” Since 2013, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, a regulatory agency, has paid Gradien …"

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"… rters of the ads run by the big winner of the night, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, were positive. Factoring in ads from the cluster of super PACs supporting …"

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"… has formed to support the presidential bid of Cruz, the U.S. senator from Texas. These groups — one of which has already disbanded — combined to raise …"

"… manager Robert Mercer, businessman Toby Neugebauer and the Wilks family of Texas, who made its fortune in the fracking business. Larry Levy, the lawyer of …"

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"… or some variation thereof. They are most likely to hail from California, Texas or Florida. But small-dollar donors, who don’t have to publicly reveal …"

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"… more lawless than what we already have going on in Congress."   The Texas-based group has deep ties to the conservative Goldwater Institute in Arizo …"

"… asure in California to seek a constitutional amendment and Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott proposed nine constitutional amendments to stre …"

"… onal amendments to strengthen state powers earlier this month, urging Texas and other states to push them using an Article V convention. Not giving up …"

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"… : One of the leading presidential candidates right now is Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas. And one of his campaign finance bills calls for the elimination of campai …"

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"… tions on the name “Keep the Promise” (supporting U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas) “The situation is really inappropriate — the whole point of disclos …"

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"… ntinual quarrelling with the Kentucky Republican. Investor Hal Lambert of Texas is also a major backer of Stand for Truth, according to The Washington Pos …"

"… st. Lambert, who has raised money for Cruz in the past, was previously the Texas Republican Party's finance chair. Lambert, who did not respond to request …"

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"… ers and the amounts of money being sought. Key sponsor Blake Farenthold, a Texas Republican whose district includes industry-rich Corpus Christi, says …"

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"… rney and returned to Honduras. The 11 who remained were taken to the South Texas Detention Center, where they experienced conditions their lawyer described …"

"… ere detained for six weeks before being released on humanitarian parole. A Texas-based legal service center arranged for them to travel to their original d …"

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"… , where, for the moment, business tycoon Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas lead. And Rubio now ranks second behind Trump among New Hampshire voters, …"

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"… ue shift away from dirty fossil fuels like coal and oil, people from South Texas to South Philadelphia should expect to live longer, higher-quality lives. …"

"… ff over the long haul, residents of beleaguered places like Karnes County, Texas, should see their health improve. Levels of lung-damaging ozone also may …"

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"… lso showed up in person to talk down a move for tighter state oversight in Texas. At an April 2013 House Investments and Financial Services Committee heari …"

"… loans for over $533 million at more than 1,000 locations, including 300 in Texas. Reich described about a third of his customers as small businesspeople s …"

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"… story has been updated to include comment from U.S. Rep. Roger Williams of Texas. Buried deep within a massive transportation bill that passed the House o …"

"… to car dealerships. In fact, that’s his business. Rep. Roger Williams, a Texas Republican, sponsored the amendment. In introducing it on the floor of the …"

"… eads. Williams is chairman of Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM SRT in Weatherford, Texas. In his remarks on the House floor, Williams said the bill was bad for sma …"

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"… t that if the state was cut in half, each piece would still be bigger than Texas. But with fewer than 750,000 residents, in another sense Alaska is America …"

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"… Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones as the two watched a game together in his Texas stadium. Christie’s office soon admitted that Jones covered all expenses …"

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"… on Ralph Yarborough in 1964 in an attempt to prevent the pro-civil rights Texas senator from voting at a confirmation hearing. South Carolina politics ma …"

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