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Texas Standard: September 5, 2019

The FBI learning more about how the Permian Basin shooter sidestepped Federal background checks. Now they’re focusing on a person in Lubbock. We’ll have details and look at how Texas lawmakers are approaching the question of what two do about gun violence. Also, another retirement in the Texas GOP and what it means for 2020….

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Texas Standard: April 24, 2019

A Texas democrat enters the race for U.S. senate, facing a 3 term incumbent with a massive war chest. Veteran M.J. Hegar throws her hat into the ring for the Senate seat held by John Cornyn. What are her chances and what does it mean for another much talked about potential challenger? Also, the Dallas…

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Texas Standard: September 7, 2016

Clinton over Trump in red states, Trump ahead of Clinton nationwide. Do you have confidence in these polls? Number crunching today on the Texas Standard. Also one of the most influential editorial boards in the Lone Star state announces its presidential endorsement and makes national headlines of its own. We’ll talk with the editorial chief…

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Texas Standard: September 1, 2016

Immigration is the topic front and center in the Trump campaign right now. How are Hispanic Texans reacting? We’ll hear one perspective. Plus technology can really ruin your day sometimes, but it can not only make our lives easier but save our lives. We’ll talk Tech. Also The mantra of Texas BBQ has always been…

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Texas Standard: September 9, 2015

A private company, a public prosecutor, and a special arrangement. When the DA’s paid for is it public interest or private justice? Also, a new tipping point on the left and the right in American politics, former labor secretary Robert Reich issues a call to save capitalism. Our conversation plus the Texas high school football…

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