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Los Blogs de Tejas – The TPA Round-Up

The Texas Progressive Alliance marvels at Greg Abbott’s willingness to be COVID’s best friend as it brings you this week’s roundup.

Off the Kuff reviewed July campaign finance reports for Congressional and Harris County officeholders and candidates.

Stace tells us what Greg Abbott’s re-election platform is all about.


And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.

Tara Haelle critiques the CDC’s latest guidance on mask wearing.

Alejandrina Guzman celebrates Disability Pride Month, which is especially challenging in Texas.

Reform Austin reviews the eight constitutional amendments on your November ballot.

Hope Osborn and Luis Acuña assert that the Lege has a unique opportunity to address legislative staffers’ pay.

The Austin Chronicle talks to Billy Gibbons about the death of Dusty Hill and the future of ZZ Top.

Los Blogs de Tejas – TPA

The Texas Progressive Alliance says “Person, woman, man, camera, TV”. Also, “Play ball!”, “Get the federal stormtroopers out of American cities”, and “Here’s this week’s roundup”.

Off the Kuff has (you guessed it) another Presidential poll to dissect.

SocraticGadfly has non-RIP sayonaras for two Dallas notables. First, he waves at faded Dallas media legend Jim Schutze, COVID0-canned by the Dallas Observer a while back. Second, he says don’t let the door hit you on the way out to John Wiley Price elections hack Toni Pippins-Poole.

DosCentavos had another slow week, but he’ll get back on it this week. He did tell us about the the latest 2020 campaign tune by Chicano music legend Johnny Hernandez.


And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.

Amanda Marcotte reminds us that feminists had warned us about the likes of would-be judicial assassin Roy Den Hollander.

Christopher Hooks documents the goat rodeo that was the state Republican Party convention.

Grits for Breakfast outlines the sunset review process for the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.

Allyn West has a conversation with City of Houston Transportation Planner David Fields about transportation and health.

The Texas Craft Brewers Guild would like your help saving Texas’ microbreweries.

The Current reports on the plight of the Kerrville Folk Festival, which is soliciting donations to stay afloat after cancelling its 2020 event.