Do House rules allow for removing gavels from super-spreader AWOL Dems? | Slavery’s origins in America – Pratt on Texas for 7/22/2021

The news of Texas covered today includes:

Our Lone Star story of the day:  Texas super-spreader Democrats’ AWOL not enjoying such a “splashy” time in DC but don’t buy the new line that it was never to be anything fun, turns out they had budged $1,500,000 of caucus money to pay for the excursion. And, what do Texas House rules say about the body’s ability to remove committee gavels from those gone AWOL?

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Much border related news as Biden’s border mess just keeps getting worse. Are we in the “Delta” variant upsurge? 🙂

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Slavery and its development in American, Virginia precisely, has a very different history than most think. Robert Zimmerman’s new book Conscious Choice may be the first primary source book to explore this subject even though it has been at the center of political and social upheaval since the founding of the republic.

Comptroller Hegar issues press release on Unilever’s Ben and Jerry’s boycott of Israel.

And other news of Texas.

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