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Katie Hall
breaking news reporter w/ focus on criminal justice and public safety. Many people still insist on calling me Katie Urbaszewski.
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Austin Statesman 6h
“I think we need to recognize that it’s not as black and white as passing our priorities one day and the next day rezoning the entire city,” Council Member Ann Kitchen said
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Grits4Breakfast 17h
Finally, some political context for 's attacks on John Creuzot. 1/5
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Rebekah Allen Apr 22
Republicans across Texas have been going after the Dallas District Attorney for his announcement that he'd stop prosecuting some small crimes. But Texas is the birthplace of the conservative criminal justice movement. So why is GOP so mad at Creuzot?
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Cassandra Jaramillo 17h
🗣️A 🗣️few 🗣️things🗣️: 1- Creuzot's policy does not preclude officers from making arrests 2- I see yall with your whataboutisms. Creuzot said yesterday theft policy is no carte blanche to steal $750. If you're a booster, you will get prosecuted.
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Austin Statesman 10h
Austin to be under flash flood watch all day Wednesday
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KUT Austin 8h
The U.S. Supreme Court is on track to consider high-profile LGBTQ issues after its next term begins this fall.
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Katie Hall Apr 20
The Travis County DA is making new rules for small-amount drug cases, reports
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Austin Statesman Apr 21
In April 2017, local medics treated 457 patients for K2-related issues — about 15 per day. Two years later, the problem still exists, but the drug’s presence has greatly diminished.
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Katie Hall Apr 22
Interesting program, and great article from the Seattle Times
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Katie Hall Apr 21
This weekend, the Statesman's Editorial Board came out against the proposal to lower property taxes and raise the sales tax, pointing out that most households are expected to pay more under this plan.
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Greg Abbott Apr 20
Don't buy this paper's suggestion at the end that Texas needs an income tax. Not going to happen. Government at all levels must control spending & support our tax cap. The best states for business have no income tax. Texas ranks #1 for business.
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Katie Hall Apr 21
Replying to @Katie_Statesman
"We can see why (lawmakers) gravitated to a one-cent-on-the-dollar sales tax hike: It’s a straightforward way to raise about $10 billion over the next two years. But it’s bad policy."
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Katie Hall Apr 21
Replying to @Katie_Statesman
"A decade ago, the state shared education costs nearly evenly with the local school districts. Now the state contributes only 38 percent. In four years, the state’s share will shrink to 32 percent."
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Katie Hall Apr 21
This weekend, the Statesman's Editorial Board came out against the proposal to lower property taxes and raise the sales tax, pointing out that most households are expected to pay more under this plan.
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la new yorkaise Apr 19
as a woman, i want pictures of spiderman but would be seen as "too emotional" if i banged my fists on my desk and demanded them
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Katie Hall Apr 20
‘Freedom City’ policies yield drop in misdemeanor arrests, reports
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Katie Hall Apr 20
The Travis County DA is making new rules for small-amount drug cases, reports
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Katie Hall Apr 19
Replying to @JasStanford
He's finally getting some well-deserved sleep
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Katie Hall Apr 19
Replying to @ArrantPedantry
I don't think I've ever gotten a phone call informing me I didn't get a job or internship. I highly prefer email for that kind of news.
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Gary Dinges Apr 19
FRIENDLY REMINDER: H-E-B is closed Sunday for Easter so knock out your shopping today or Saturday! (Randalls will be open if you have any Easter emergencies.)
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