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The Post’s email accounts were down from approximately 5:00pm, March 17, 2015 until 3:00pm, March 18, 2015 due to an unexpected glitch. We apologize for any inconvenience and ask if you sent an email to any of The Post staff, during time mentioned, will you please resend it. Thank you!

NO-ZONE

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Abbott tells EPA: Don’t cut pollution level By Ian White WITH JUST one day before the end of a public comment period, Texas governor Greg Abbott called on the federal environmental protection agency

Too much testosterone

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UTMB study shows hormone over-prescribed despite known possible link to prostate cancer By Travis Gumphrey A STUDY by the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston has found that testosterone is

Lone Star watch

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Bills highlight state spending DEBATES over the senate and house of representatives versions of the state budget lie ahead and movement toward setting budget controls to blend into a final agreed budg

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PUBLIC DOMAIN

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State mulls action on county’s landfill protests THE STATE’S environmental commission is to consider whether to allow a contested hearing about the county’s plan to expand its La Marque landfill. Residents have fought a three-year battle opposing expansion of the landfill at 3935 Avenue A. In 2012, Galveston County applied for a type-1 landfill permit […]
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