Schools caught not obeying law on campaign finance | Danger to grid from solar, wind, battery | Lynn Co. hospital bond – Pratt on Texas 4/25/2024

The news of Texas covered today includes:

Our Lone Star story of the day: State Rep. Carl Tepper (HD84) joins us to discuss a major story out today from ProPublica and the Texas Tribune which shows that school districts are not complying with the law that says local governments must post candidate campaign finance reports online. Of the 35 districts spot checked, NONE, were complying with the law and worse yet, it seems many candidates in local elections haven’t even been submitting campaign finance reports.

Our Lone Star story of the day is sponsored by Allied Compliance Services providing the best service in DOT, business and personal drug and alcohol testing since 1995.

Press reports what many of us already knew: Wind, solar, and battery on the Texas ERCOT power grid could cause “immediate catastrophic grid failure.” This report is about the inverters these vendors use and how such systems have simply tripped off-line putting the entire grid in danger.

More on the arrests and breaking up of the Anti-Israel, pro-Hamas demonstrations at UT Austin.

Lynn County hospital district bond issue: A Pratt on Texas Listener Club member has provided me with the hospital’s latest audit which showed “material” and “significant” weaknesses in its accounting.

See my Lubbock voter recommendations here.

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