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Full Show: Law Enforcement Consolidation, and Liberating Concentration Camps (Sept. 7, 2018)

On Friday’s Houston Matters: Parents of Santa Fe High School students react to how the school district handled a recent threatening text message exchange there. Then, we learn how law enforcement agencies in Greater Houston could consolidate some of their services. Plus, an exhibit honors Texas soldiers who liberated concentration camps during World War II. And we break down the week’s news.

On Friday’s Houston Matters: Parents of Santa Fe High School students react to how the school district handled a recent threatening text message exchange just months after a shooting there left ten people dead. 

Also this hour: A new study from Rice University’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research suggests law enforcement agencies in Greater Houston could save a lot of money by consolidating some of their services and facilities.

Then, from Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick joining the fray over Nike and the national anthem, to a thief stealing front doors in Manvel, our non-experts break down The Good the Bad and the Ugly of the week’s news.

And a new exhibit honors Texas soldiers who liberated concentration camps during World War II.

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