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Texas Standard: January 26, 2017

Taking the 10th: once a favorite of the Tea Party movement, now embraced by supporters of sanctuary cities? We’ll explore. Also once dubbed the death penalty capitol, Texas also leads the nation in exonerations. What that means for the future of capitol punishment. And a so-called good samaritan with a gun intervenes in a San…

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Texas Standard: April 13, 2016

What could have been done to save the life of Sandra Bland? Nine months on, an independent commission releases its findings. We’ll explore. Also the state reverses a conviction…you’re free to go, but are you free? The complicated state of exonerations. Plus, t minus two days? Not exactly. A tax break this year you may…

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Texas Standard: February 3, 2016

Unlikely allies: the states top republican and a prominent democratic congressman seek answers about border security. We’ll explore. Following the money trail: money disappears from public coffers Mexico and ends up in Texas. The corrupt go to jail… but what happens to the money? Also salad days for aquaponics: veggies from fish waste? We’ll go…

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