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By Cary Cheshire
“This is not about politics. This is about people and what matters most to us,” Edwards said as she announced her political campaign.
By Bob Hall
This is the third of a four-part series on a case study of liberty loss through government overreach.
By Brandon Waltens
Hutto residents could see a 33 percent increase in their city’s property tax rate, on top of rapidly rising appraisal values.
By Rachel Bovard
We’ve always known that Planned Parenthood is primarily a for-profit, abortion advocacy group rather than a “women’s health” organization. Finally, they’re admitting it.
By Ross Kecseg
State officials do not verify voter applicants to ensure only eligible citizens are added to registration rolls. Republican lawmakers have so far ignored the problem.
By Reagan Reed
Montgomery County’s legislators performed better than their colleagues but earned lower scores than in past sessions.