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Title: All three endorsed candidates win in Laredo
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Source: Advocate, Spring 2011, 30 :3 ,pg 33-  
Subjects: Texas State Teachers Association (TSTA) School elections Political action committees
Ref ID: 90513
 
Title: No road home
Authors: Del Bosque,Melissa
Source: Texas Observer, Sep-12, 104 :9 ,pg 14- 19
Subjects: Mexico - Politics and government Mexicans in the United States - Political activity
Additional Information: Mexican expatriates long to go home but have little faith in their newly elected government.
Ref ID: 94635
 
Title: Loon star state
Authors: Sargent,Ben
Source: Texas Observer, Sep-12, 104 :9    
Subjects: Political satire American Humor
Ref ID: 94797
 
Title: Behind the lines: Big D-vide - The John Wiley Price corruption investigation has only begun, but it has already reopened the age-old rift in Dallas between north and south and white and black. Will things be different this time?
Authors: Sweany,Brian D.
Source: Texas Monthly, Sep-11, 39 :9 ,pg 12+-  
Subjects: Dallas (Tex.) - Race relations Price John Wiley Political corruption Nealy Kathy Fain Dapheny Watkins Craig Lipscomb Al Collins Carr P. Sr. Williams Shawn Hill Don Farrington Sheila Lee D'Angelo Hodge Terri
Additional Information: Inland Port project.
Ref ID: 92944
 
Title: The James M. Puckett, Ph. D. government relations fund
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Source: TACT Quarterly eBulletin, October/November/December 2012, 66 :2 ,pg 11-  
Subjects: Political action committees Texas Association of College Teachers (TACT) - Legislative priorities Texas Association of College Teachers (TACT)
Ref ID: 95006
 
Title: The James M. Puckett, Ph. D. Government Relations Fund
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Source: TACT Quarterly eBulletin, October/November/December 2011, 65 :02 ,pg 17-  
Subjects: Political action committees Texas Association of College Teachers (TACT) - Legislative priorities
Ref ID: 92344
 
Title: Talk of Texas: Life imitating art edition
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Source: Texas Observer, Oct-11, 103 :15    
Subjects: Colbert Stephen Perry Rick Political action committees
Ref ID: 92726
 
Title: Editorial: The corporate money rolls in - Don't bother trying to follow the money; Super PACs have no obligation to disclose their donors
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Source: Texas Observer, Oct-11, 103 :15    
Subjects: Political action committees - Law and legislation
Ref ID: 92728
 
Title: Political intelligence: Annals of civil disobedience - sittin' in a tree
Authors: Mosqueda,Priscila
Source: Texas Observer, November 2012, 104 :11    
Subjects: Political activists Environmentalists Pipelines TransCanada (Corporation)
Additional Information: Activists against the Keystone XL pipeline tree sitting near Winnsboro (Tex.).
Ref ID: 95225
 
Title: Behind the lines: Left behind - Texas Democrats have been thoroughly squashed, routed, and rendered irrelevant in the decade that Rick Perry has run Texas. Who knew that would come back to haunt him?
Authors: Swartz,Mimi
Source: Texas Monthly, Nov-11, 39 :11 ,pg 16+-  
Subjects: Perry Rick Political campaigns Democratic Party of Texas Republican Party of Texas
Additional Information: People mentioned: Lloyd Doggett, Molly Ivins, John Sharp, Paul Hobby, Carole Keeton Rylander Strayhorn, Mark Strama, Glenn Smith, Lyndon Johnson, Phil Gramm, Garry Mauro, Jim Hightower, Jim Mattox, Ann Richards, Karl Rove, George W. Bush, Garnet Coleman,
Ref ID: 92942
 
Title: Editorial: Occupy Wall Street: Better late than never
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Source: Texas Observer, Nov-11, 103 :16    
Subjects: Political activity
Additional Information: We are the 99%.
Ref ID: 92741
 
Title: Big beat: What the Occupy Movement--and all of us--can learn from Dr. King - When was the last time you called someone a Ghandi? Occupy Wall Street has reminded me it's possible
Authors: Casares,Cindy
Source: Texas Observer, Nov-11, 103 :16 ,pg 27-  
Subjects: Political activists - Austin (Tex.) King Martin Luther Jr.
Ref ID: 92790
 
Title: Political intelligence: Annals of civil disobedience - Occupied
Authors: Del Bosque,Melissa
Source: Texas Observer, Nov-11, 103 :16 ,pg 4-5-  
Subjects: Political activists - Austin (Tex.) Job hunting Student loans
Additional Information: Occupy Wall Street Movement.
Ref ID: 92807
 
Title: Youth take on budget cuts: "We want fully funded schools"
Authors: Bojorquez,Hector;Montemayor,Aurelio M.
Source: IDRA Newsletter, Mar-12, 39 :03    
Subjects: Students - Political activity Parents' and teachers' associations Intercultural Development Research Association (IDRA)
Additional Information: Fair Funding Now!
Ref ID: 93045
 
Title: Younger voices join the chorus: El Paso ISD student organizes town hall meeting with state legislators
Authors: Skirmont,Sarah
Source: Texas Lone Star, Jun-11, 29 :04   11
Subjects: Students - Political activity Education - Finance - Law and legislation
Additional Information: Make education a priority rally.
Ref ID: 91067
 
Title: The James M. Puckett, Ph. D. Government Relations Fund
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Source: TACT Quarterly eBulletin, July/August/September 2011, 65 :01    
Subjects: Political action committees Texas Association of College Teachers (TACT) - Legislative priorities
Ref ID: 91711
 
Title: Red River justice
Authors: Michels,Patrick
Source: Texas Observer, Jul-12, 104 :7 ,pg 22- 29
Subjects: Political corruption Racism - Red River County Red River County - Politics and government Lesher Rhonda Lesher Mark Cooksey Lynn Varley Val Justice William Wayne Harbison Brandon Coyel Shannon McCarver Red Coyel Jerry Richardson Vergil Calloway Kevin Lee Clyde Richardson Jermicole Reed Terry LaRowe Lynn
Additional Information: Attorney Mark Lesher fought the corrupt justice system in this East Texas county until it came for him too.
Ref ID: 94746
 
Title: Political intelligence: Price rebate
Authors: Richardson,Susan Smith
Source: Texas Observer, Jul-12, 104 :7    
Subjects: Price John Wiley Political corruption Dallas (Tex.) - Politics and government West Royce Fain Dapheny Nealy Kathy
Ref ID: 94783
 
Title: All we are saying: 'Make education a priority'--statewide grassroots effort sends clear, powerful message to legislators
Authors: Roberts,Melissa Locke
Source: Texas Lone Star, January/February 2011, 29 :1 ,pg 16- 18
Subjects: Education--Finance--Law and legislation Political letter writing Lobbying
Ref ID: 90697
 
Title: 'A free and efficient education for all': 'Make education a priority' news conference sends message loud and clear
Authors: Strong,Karen
Source: Texas Lone Star, January/February 2011, 29 :1 ,pg 50-  
Subjects: Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Political letter writing Lobbying
Ref ID: 90730
 
Title: A parting shot more valuable than an endorsement
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Source: Texas Weekly, January 23, 2012, 29 :3    
Subjects: Perry Rick Political campaigns Romney Mitt
Ref ID: 93114
 
Title: Political intelligence: King Street Patriots go national
Authors: Michels,Patrick
Source: Texas Observer, Jan-12, 104 :1    
Subjects: King Street Patriots Political activists Tea Party Voter fraud
Ref ID: 93281
 
Title: Between the lines: The budget crisis? Peanuts. Voter ID? A trifle. The most contentious political issue this session may well be redistricting, which will determine how elections are won and lost for the next decade. Silly voter, you didn't think you were
Authors: Hart,Patricia Kilday
Source: Texas Monthly, Jan-11, 39 :1 ,pg 116- 119
Subjects: Election districts Texas Legislature Edwards Chet Craddick Tom DeLay Tom Flores Bill Gerrymandering Foreman Ed Silbey David Cornyn John Wentworth Jeff Texans for a Republican Majority Political Action Committee Ellis Jim Whitmire John Stenholm Charles Bic
Additional Information: Voting Rights Act.
Ref ID: 90609
 
Title: Political intelligence: Act two
Authors: Del Bosque,Melissa;DePrang,Emily;Wilder,Forrest
Source: Texas Observer, Feb-12, 104 :2    
Subjects: Occupy Movement (Political Organization) Political activists
Additional Information: Profiles the occupy movement in Houston, El Paso, and Austin
Ref ID: 93236
 
Title: Power: Who are the most influential people determining the fate of Texas--and what do they want?
Authors: Blakeslee,Nate;Burka,Paul;Patricia,Kilday Hart
Source: Texas Monthly, Feb-11, 39 :2 ,pg 86- 87
Subjects: Political leadership
Additional Information: People: Rick Perry, Bill Hammond, Jay Kimbrough, Dave Carney, Dick Trabulsi, Brooke L. Rollins, F. Scott McCown, Dan Patrick, Michael Quinn Sullivan, Tom Suehs, Bob Perry, Steve Mostyn, Al Armendariz, Alonzo Cantu, William C. Powers, Woody Hunt, Charles B
Ref ID: 90562
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