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"… ay with the U.S. Justice Department. The complaint was filed against four Texas school districts in the Dallas region and against Dallas County truancy co …"

"… e law, and using the truancy courts only as a last resort. Attorneys with Texas Appleseed, a nonprofit law group, the National Center for Youth Law and Di …"

"… nprofit law group, the National Center for Youth Law and Disability Rights Texas filed the complaint on behalf of seven children. Texas courts, the compla …"

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"… aces were launched right before the election. The LEAA was also active in Texas that year, running attack ads against the Democratic attorney general cand …"

"… rs who funded those ads, a ruling that’s currently being appealed to the Texas Supreme Court. No one from the Chamber or the LEAA responded to requests …"

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"… the lawmakers to help fund nonprofits with which they are associated. In Texas, one lawmaker who worked for a nonprofit wanted to solicit contributions f …"

"… who worked for a nonprofit wanted to solicit contributions for the group (Texas, like most states, has a part-time legislature). The Ethics Commission sai …"

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"… voting for the 30-somethingth time to repeal Obamacare, two lawmakers from Texas — Democrat Gene Green and Republican Joe Barton — introduced legislati …"

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"… her industrial facilities along the chemical corridor of the Louisiana and Texas Gulf Coast. Those unplanned emissions — known in regulatory parlance as …"

"… ely affecting residents living near industry. Over the last five years in Texas alone, the nation’s refinery hub, accidental emissions have yielded almo …"

"… ants. From 2007-2011, the largest refinery and chemical facilities across Texas spewed almost 180 million pounds of accidental emissions. That represents …"

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"… en, deliberative and transparent way." …"

"… ad and devote more resources to serious ethics complaints, said Tom Smith, Texas director for Public Citizen, a Washington-based advocacy group. The legis …"

"… for shedding light on own our activities,” she said, “as usual in the Texas legislature, there was a tremendous amount of resistance.” One of the m …"

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"… ter for Aesthetic and Reconstructive Eyelid and Orbital Surgery in Austin, Texas, said his practice is a top biller of Medicare eyelid lifts because with f …"

"… the doctors at the Austin clinic drive, and sometimes fly, across central Texas to examine prospective patients referred to them. Candidates travel for th …"

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"… ell as "other candidates who stand for liberty," such as Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Mike Lee, R-Utah. In January, several notable Clinton supporters for …"

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"… d other industrial facilities along the chemical corridor of Louisiana and Texas. Those unplanned emissions — known in regulatory parlance as “upsets …"

"… nvisible menace: They disrupt lives, yet offenders are rarely punished. In Texas, where activists have clamored for relief, state officials say enforcement …"

"… hose numbers tell only part of the story. The mass of pollution emitted in Texas, the nation’s refinery hub, hit a five-year peak in 2011, the Center fou …"

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"… rted up and maintained. By 2004, 29 states had devised what University of Texas-Austin researcher Kelly Haragan calls “a flat-out exemption” for such …"

"… tions with rules that, critics say, aren’t much firmer. In Louisiana and Texas, plant managers can claim unauthorized releases are “upsets” as a defe …"

"… ap on the wrist. Less than one percent of the 7,533 upset reports filed by Texas companies in 2004 had ended in penalties or corrective plans, a 2005 study …"

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"… on amongst students.” The text of the policy also says: “A study from Texas found that students are five times more likely to drop out, six times more …"

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"… amages — $240 million in all. Jurors found that Henry’s, a now-defunct Texas company, violated the Americans with Disabilities Act by subjecting the di …"

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"… land, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin — received an “A” grade, meaning the state …"

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"… Unfortunately, in several of these states -- including Ohio, New York, and Texas, among others -- recent reports have found continuing widespread violence …"

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"… d sexual assaults of female recruits by Air Force instructors at a base in Texas, and a growing controversy over the ability of military commanders to viti …"

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"… ions of misconduct at its Lackland training headquarters near San Antonio, Texas. Instructors were found to have sexually harassed, improperly touched or r …"

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"… said. “They’re in every small farming community in the country.” …"

"… -year-old regulation — applied. In the wake of the deadly blast in West, Texas, last month, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investig …"

"… company-claimed exceptions has implications beyond a small town in Central Texas. Sites across a host of industries housing large amounts of dangerous …"

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"… t a series of multi-million-dollar wire transfers involving a San Antonio, Texas, businessman. When bank officials confronted the businessman, court affida …"

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"… d limit their involvement in disciplinary matters. The Golden State joins Texas and Connecticut — home of the December Newtown school shootings — in c …"

"… ing a weapon, according to analysis by the nonprofit Advancement Project. Texas legislators are considering a bill that requires schools with police to ad …"

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"… o make a living.”     …"

"… and 419 from “exposure to harmful substances or environments.” “The Texas plant explosion is the kind of catastrophe that really grabs the public’ …"

"… e injured. On April 17, the same day the fertilizer plant blew up in West, Texas, a dozen contract workers  were injured when a fire broke out at the …"

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"… okends to a horrific week also marred by a massive industrial explosion in Texas, a tornado outbreak in Oklahoma, flooding in Illinois and attempted ricin …"

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"… ighly-enriched uranium used in nuclear warheads, and the other, located in Texas and known as Pantex, is the main storage site where the warheads themselve …"

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"… titute, a trade group, has extended its condolences to the people of West, Texas, where a blast at a fertilizer plant Wednesday evening killed at least a d …"

"… lities a requirement to reduce the consequences of a catastrophe like [the Texas explosion],” Hind said. “They would be free to choose how they reduced …"

"… low up the federal building in Oklahoma City in 1995 and all but wiped out Texas City, Texas, in a port accident in 1947.         …"

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"… ote, April 18: An explosion Wednesday at a fertilizer plant north of Waco, Texas, killed between five and 15 people, authorities say, and injured more than …"

"… board has investigated was the March 2005 explosion at the BP refinery in Texas City, Texas. Fifteen workers were killed and 180 injured. The board’s fi …"

"… nvestigated was the March 2005 explosion at the BP refinery in Texas City, Texas. Fifteen workers were killed and 180 injured. The board’s final report w …"

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"… investigators have twice deployed to the Citgo refinery in Corpus Christi, Texas, since 2009 in response to accidents that unleashed the acid. Last Decembe …"

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"… tuff that keeps this organization going.’ ” Recently, she traveled to Texas — to visit a row of refineries in Corpus Christi and discuss childr …"

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"… their own charities, as former presidential candidate and Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, did earlier this month. West also spent about $178,400 to fund lega …"

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"… l Center for Public Integrity profile of Perry, click here.     …"

"… Fund North America (pro-Denny Rehberg; pro-Rick Berg)   $600,000 to Texas Conservatives Fund (pro-David Dewhurst)   $250,000 to Freedom PAC ( …"

"… the election season to Mitt Romney, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty and Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who Bob Perry has long backed at the state level. (The tw …"

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"… closing most or all of their contributors.     …"

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"… ganizations as an end-run around contribution limits.” Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas — the only other committee member present — provided conservative coun …"

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