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Rep. Ted Poe Discusses Leaving Freedom Caucus and Developments in Congress

Posted on · Congressman Ted Poe has had an eventful spring so far. The Republican representing the Second Congressional District of Texas, which covers many eastern and northern suburbs of Houston, announced his decision to leave the House Freedom Caucus after that group of more conservative representatives wouldn’t budge on a proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act. Rep. Poe […]

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Rep. Ted Poe, and Venezuelan Corruption Comes to Houston: Friday’s Show (April 21, 2017)

Posted on · Congressman Ted Poe has had an eventful spring so far. The Republican representing the Second Congressional District of Texas, which covers many eastern and northern suburbs of Houston, announced his decision to leave the House Freedom Caucus after that group of more conservative representatives wouldn’t budge on a proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act. Rep. Poe […]

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Galveston County Holds First-Ever Transportation Conference

Posted on · Galveston County held its first ever transportation summit Thursday (Sept. 1, 2016) to discuss how $500 million could be invested to improve transportation infrastructure over the next decade. The U.S. Census Bureau says Galveston County’s population grew by close to 11 percent between 2010 and 2015. And while the county is happy to add to its […]

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Barney Frank Discusses Coming Out in Congress and a Life in Politics

Posted on · Barney Frank spent 32 years in the U.S. House of Representatives serving Massachusetts’s 4th District. His legacy includes the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, reforming the financial industry. And, in 1987, the Democrat was the first member of Congress to come out as gay. He’s written a memoir about his political life and his struggles as politician […]

Good, Bad and Ugly

Lt. Gov. Debate, Walmart’s Más Club Closing, & Drafting Manziel: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly of Houston News

Posted on · A lot can happen in a week. Some of it good, some of it bad, some of it downright ugly. When faced with a variety of intriguing developments in the week’s Houston news, we turn to our panel of non-experts to parse “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” of it all. Today’s panel features […]