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I didn't see much that was surprising in yesterday's University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll. Governor Perry's numbers have slipped a little. His approval and disapproval were virtually equal at 41%, but the intensity was upside down: 16% approved strongly while 30% disapproved strongly. If that percentage were to be maintained throughout the electorate, Perry would be in big trouble.
The New York Times is reporting that for the first time in more than a decade the battle over securing the border has shifted from Arizona to Texas. According to the story:
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Re: My op-ed in the Express-News: Future of Texas Begins in Pre-kinder Classrooms
Thanks for your support, Raul!
Re: State Leaders' Proposal Prolongs Severe Education Cuts
We really need new leadership in this state! What's more important than educating the next generatio...
Great editorial. Prekindergarten makes such a difference. I'm glad to see you and the Mayor pushing ...
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Thursday, April 26, 2012
Thanks everyone who voted for me as the best local state legislator in the San Antonio Current readers' poll. I prefer these articles that just imply I'm a nerd to the ones that actually call me a nerd.
This is the time when local appraisal districts send property owners their "notices of appraised value." You have until May 31st -- or 30 days after your notice was mailed, whichever is later -- to file a protest with the Appraisal Review Board (ARB) .
Monday, April 16, 2012
After the deep and unnecessary education cuts that Governor Perry championed, it's no surprise that his Compact doesn't say a word about educating schoolchildren....