AG’s office report released on disgruntled staff claims | Pro-abortion lawsuits go after pro-lifers | Fraud on Lubbock taxpayers? – Pratt on Texas for 8/24/2021

The news of Texas covered today includes:

Our Lone Star story of the day: No one will call it a coup” but I think I did use that reference back when the story broke. Office of the Texas Attorney General releases major report on the political coup attempted by former staff members.

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Curtis Parrish, Lubbock County judge

Taylor County has theirs posted so why not Lubbock County? It is a moral fraud of sorts upon taxpayers to have not posted, as of this afternoon, individual property tax numbers on the website ( ) for citizens to see how a big proposed tax increase affects them directly. It hasn’t been posted even though Lubbock County has already held one of the two required public hearings on the matter. Why is Judge Curtis Parrish withholding key information from taxpayers?

Pro-abortion lawyer files suit to stop the Texas Fetal Heartbeat Bill and includes pro-life political advocates as defendants. We talk with Texas Right to Life‘s Kim Schwartz about the latest lawsuit.

Texas House committee passes the same election integrity bill Dems walked out to stop back in July. Also, Rep. Vasut files bill to penalize members who break quorum.

And other news of Texas.

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