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My mother was a pianist. Not professionally, though she could have been, she was that good.
Fifty years ago, responding to public demand in an era of reform, Texas enacted a sweeping law ensuring the people’s right to know about their government.
They are human beings and they are everywhere around us.
Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in as a justice of the Supreme Court more than four years ago, on Oct. 6, 2018. His oath followed perhaps the ugliest Supreme Court Senate confirmation process in history — and that, given the previous examples of Robert Bork and Clarence Thomas, is saying something…
Tom Holden, staff photographer at The Kerrville Daily Times, suggested using a thick rag wrapped around my outdoor faucet and securing it with duct tape for the coldest of winter weather. He told me this after I mentioned the lunch-leftover Styrofoam cup I had stuffed with a rag and placed o…
This past fall, all across Texas, property owners began to receive their property tax bills for the year. As a member of the Legislature, my telephone predictably begins to ring this time of year and letters come pouring in from frustrated homeowners and property owners urging, asking and de…