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Stories Around Texas for November 16th, 2017

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A Texas sheriff reportedly threatened to bring disorderly conduct charges against a truck driver for displaying a profane anti-Trump sticker on the rear window of the vehicle. Click Here to read the full story.

California’s rush to impose harsh government mandates cutting carbon dioxide emissions in the generation of electricity is raising the electricity bills of families and businesses across the state. Poor families are suffering the most. In sharp contrast, Texas is successfully taking a free-market approach that is increasing the use of clean renewable energy and lowering electricity bills in the state. Click Here to read the full story.

Federal investigators said Wednesday they’ve seen no signs that a Houston-area chemical plant that flooded and partially exploded during Hurricane Harvey considered moving its highly unstable compounds offsite as a precaution. Click Here to read the full story.

Dozens of Texas State University students gathered Wednesday evening on campus for a vigil in memory of 20-year-old Matthew Ellis. Click Here to read the full story.

 

 

 

 

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