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House passes human trafficking, border security bills Bills to address the illegal importation and exploitation of persons and to protect the state’s border with Mexico moved through the Texas House last week. They were the first major statewide legislation to be approved by the body since Jan. 13, the opening day of the 140-day session. […]

Memorial Hermann wraps up Heart Month LAST MONTH was National Heart Month and heart disease is the leading cause of death among both men and women. According to the Centers for Disease Control about 7

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Commissioners slam judges, judges fight back By Travis Gumphrey SHORTLY AFTER bills allowing county commissioners to appoint a lawyer or former justice of peace to become a criminal magistrate that pr

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By Travis Gumphrey SENATE Bill 17 on open carry passed in the Texas Senate by a vote of 20-10 on Tuesday. Republican Senator Brandon Creighton from Conroe, co-author of the bill, issued the following statement regarding its passage: “Our state is only one of six that doesn’t permit their law-abiding citizens to openly carry a […]

City to implement mandatory water rationing ON MONDAY, March 23, League City will enact stage 2 of its drought contingency plan. The city will implement mandatory water rationing in order to make emer

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