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Diego Bernal Nov 29
You hear this a lot in TX when it comes to public education. I always ask them to tell me a time when we over-funded education, only to realize it was a mistake. Also, when people complain about the cost of a service, 99% of the time they aren't the ones who need it.
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shaleah xan rose 1h
Me yesterday. Got to school and by 9 AM, we had sick kids in the “Room”. I had 27 kids crammed in a class discussing their escapades over Thanksgiving. Not feeling too safe! Keep your sick kids at home!
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parliamentarians stan Nov 27
I hope our favorite ray of sunshine, Patsy, is having the best of days
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Pastors for Children 13h
It wasn't in 2011 either when cut $5.4 billion from our schools. Or in 2013 when only 60% of the cuts were restored.
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Rep. John Bucy III Nov 26
Happy from Big Bend from Molly, Bradley, and me! While we aren’t able to have our traditional big family gathering this year, we have a lot to be thankful for. (1/3)
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Glenn Hegar Nov 30
Today I will update the LBB on crucial data needed for lawmakers as they begin the work of the upcoming legislative session. Find more info and how to watch here
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Joe Moody 11h
Spoiler alert: He will be a good one.
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Daniel Gonzalez, MBA 11h
Seems very appropriate on a 30° (ish) night. Also reading bills!
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Joe Moody Nov 25
Thanks to artist for sharing this very important message:
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Rep. Vikki Goodwin Nov 26
Happy Thanksgiving from my family to yours! I'm thankful for my kids graduating college this year and starting the next chapter of their lives. I'm also thankful for the support and re-election to
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Ed Thompson Nov 26
Happy Thanksgiving to all the families of HD 29 from Freddie and I! We hope you are able to think of plenty to be thankful for today and that next year will be a great year of even more blessings to celebrate.
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Ben Stratmann Nov 25
Whether we’re virtual or in-person this Thanksgiving, the truth is that hard topics will come up and families don’t always see eye to eye. Despite our differences, let’s rally around that one thing we can agree upon—deviled eggs are delicious and is wrong.
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Armando Walle Nov 23
Good morning Thanksgiving week!
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Brad Johnson 21h
New: Setting the table for taxpayer-funded lobbying, surely an issue for when it convenes in January, sent this legislative info request to cities, counties, & ISDs about budgeted expenditures on "influencing...legislation or administrative action."
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Texas State Senator Borris L. Miles Nov 26
Being a public servant is my life’s work; it’s an honor for me to be able to give back to my community & I thank them for allowing me to do it; it’s our 15th year feeding the seniors at Anna Dupree; and I am thankful for it.
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Texas State Parks 16h
For more than 40 years, Texas State Parks have provided Christmas trees harvested from tree farms to the Texas State Capitol. kept the tradition alive today by delivering this years tree, Mamie II.
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Chris Turner 14h
Even the Trump Administration is calling on Texas to do more to fight COVID-19. If will not act, he must return authority to local officials so they can make the hard decisions necessary to protect Texans.
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James Frank Nov 24
We should not rate schools this year based on the STAAR test. However, we should use the test for diagnostic purposes so we can accurately measure the damage caused by school closures and determine which learning options caused the least disruption on student achievement.
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Joe Moody Nov 23
50 days and counting...tick tock.
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Michelle Beckley Nov 27
This week, we pre-filed that will allow counties like to have Vote Centers, my priority for this session. There is no reason for voters to be inconvenienced on Election Day, esp when every day during early voting, they can vote anywhere in the county.
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