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What’s Behind Potential Deep Budget Cuts For The State AG’s Office (Feb. 9, 2021)

On Tuesday’s show: A closer look at potential steep budget cuts for Attorney General Ken Paxton’s office, and City Councilmember Tiffany Thomas answers listener questions.

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On Tuesday’s Houston Matters: Texas Republican Ron Wright has died, making him the first sitting member of Congress to lose his life after testing positive for the coronavirus.

And why is Attorney General Ken Paxton's office facing deeper cuts than most state agencies in lawmakers' proposed budget for the next two years?

Also this hour: City Councilmember Tiffany Thomas, who represents District F, answers listener questions.

Then we learn how local nonprofits assist law enforcement in fighting violent crime.

And we revisit a performance by America's Got Talent semifinalist Christina Wells.

 

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