It’s Monday, and that means it is time for another edition of the Texas Progressive Alliance’s weekly blog Round-Up. This week’s edition is compiled by Vince from Capitol Annex, with thanks to Charles from Off The Kuff for assistance.
Off the Kuff looks at the woes of the Harris County GOP and what it may mean in November.
North Texas will have one less class II commercial injection well pumping toxic soup underground. Reported by TXsharon on Bluedaze.
TXDOT has dug itself into quite a hole by using your money to lobby for the TTC and to pay for an advertising campaign to sell the wildly unpopular TTC to the citizens of Texas. McBlogger at McBlogger has the details and a great video.
Hal at Half Empty got his TI-83 out and ran the numbers on the Presidential Primaries. Conclusion? Texas has a chance to crown a king (or queen).
WhosPlayin? looks at the case of a teen brought up on charges for “huffing” hand sanitizer and is frustrated at the lack of discretion caused by “zero-tolerance” policies.
The action plan for Monday’s FISA-with-telecom-immunity legislation is contained in PDid‘s post at Brains and Eggs. Don’t strain your dialing finger, and don’t forget to
call Senators Corndog and Hutch. It’s a waste of time, yes, but they still need to hear from us.
NYTexan at BlueBloggin explains who Voters, Pledged Delegates and Super Delegates are and how they influence the democratic party nomination at the convention.
Are you a MOTO? If not, you will be after reading State Sen. Kirk Watson’s guest blog this week at Capitol Annex.
North Texas Liberal reveals which celebrity is destroying the planet… and no, it’s not Britney Spears.
Could we be looking at beginnings of the first upward trend in labor
membership since 1983? The Texas Blue thinks we just might be.
About Sharon Wilson
Sharon Wilson is considered a leading citizen expert on the impacts of shale oil and gas extraction. She is the go-to person whether it’s top EPA officials from D.C., national and international news networks, or residents facing the shock of eminent domain and the devastating environmental effects of natural gas development in their backyards.
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