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Perry, Texas GOP Revive Abortion Limits Fight

Updated: 06/27/2013 - Texas Gov. Rick Perry is set to address a national convention of anti-abortion activists Thursday little more than a day after a special legislative session failed to approve sweeping restrictions to make abortion all but impossible for many women in the state.

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Synthetic Marijuana Indictment Returned in Texas

Updated: 06/27/2013 - At least 18 people have been arrested in an alleged synthetic marijuana production and distribution ring operating in Texas and Oklahoma. Federal investigators say the cases involve synthetic marijuana and bath salts sold in San Antonio, Houston, Austin, Dallas and Laredo, plus Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Okla. Prosecutors say a five-count federal indictment unsealed Wednesday in Austin charges six people with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute synthetic marijuana - known as cannabinoids. A criminal complaint filed in San Antonio names 19 suspects facing the same charge. The defendants include the operators of some tobacco, smoke shop and convenience stores.ijuana production and distribution ring operating in Texas and Oklahoma. Federal investigators say the cases involve synthetic marijuana and bath salts sold in San Antonio, Houston, Austin, Dallas and Laredo, plus Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Okla. Prosecutors say a five-count federal indictment unsealed Wednesday in Austin charges six people with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute synthetic marijuana - known as cannabinoids. A criminal complaint filed in San Antonio names 19 suspects facing the same charge. The defendants include the operators of some tobacco, smoke shop and convenience stores.

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More Victims Come Forward In Alleged Area Real Estate Scam

Updated: 06/26/2013 - Nina Kay Moore, 50, who’s named in a warrant charging theft over $1,500, but under $20,000 in an incident that cost a Cameron restaurant owner who thought he was making a down payment on a house $8,450, was in custody Wednesday in Montgomery County, police said.

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Minute by Minute: How the Abortion Vote Happened

Updated: 06/26/2013 - The final hours of Texas' special legislative session descended into chaos overnight as hundreds of protesters yelled to drown out the vote on a tough abortion restrictions bill. To make matters worse, the timing of the vote as it was recorded on the Legislature's computer system changed right before people's eyes.

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Houston Mayor, An Open Lesbian, Welcomes SCOTUS Ruling

Updated: 06/26/2013 - Houston Mayor Annise Parker, a lesbian whose partner held a family Bible for her in 2010 when she was sworn in, welcomes a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage, but says the "fight is not over."

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Filibuster Launches Davis Onto National Stage

Updated: 06/26/2013 - State Sen. Wendy Davis has held the Texas spotlight before. But Tuesday night’s marathon abortion filibuster propelled her into the national spotlight.

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Marathon Filibuster: Overnight Drama Stalls Texas Abortion Vote

Updated: 06/26/2013 - Texas’ lieutenant governor has acknowledged that Republicans missed their deadline to pass new abortion restrictions after protesters screamed down lawmakers as the final 15 minutes passed before the special legislative session’s deadline.

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Fort Bliss, Fort Hood each Losing 1 Brigade

Posted: 06/25/2013 - Fort Bliss and Fort Hood each are losing a 4,000-soldier brigade as part of massive U.S. Army restructuring, but neither Texas Army post is losing that many soldiers, Army officials said Tuesday.

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Texas Senator Filibusters Against Abortion Bill

Updated: 06/26/2013 - Wearing pink tennis shoes to prepare for nearly 13 consecutive hours of standing, a Democratic Texas state senator on Tuesday began her one-woman filibuster to block a GOP-led effort that would effectively close most abortion clinics across the nation's second most-populous state.

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Supreme Court Decision Clears Way for Texas Laws

Posted: 06/25/2013 - The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that Congress must come up with a new formula for the Voting Rights Act, a decision that may clear the way for Texas to enforce voter identification laws and political maps that federal judges said discriminate against minorities.

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North Texas Couple Arrested in Deaths of Puppies

Posted: 06/25/2013 - A Tarrant County couple have been arrested on animal cruelty charges after authorities say three puppies were found dead and burned in a barrel over the weekend.

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