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Whose Property Rights Are Being Protected?
AD HOC GROUP OPPOSES SPRING BRANCH ISD'S $597 MILLION BOND PROPOSAL
Superintendent says group's paid advertisement was misleading
By ANNETTE BAIRD Chronicle Correspondent
PLAN COULD REVISE RULES ON INDIGENT HEALTH CARE: IDEA TO USE "ASSETS TEST" MIGHT LIMIT GOLD CARD ELIGIBILITY, CRITICS SAY
By Liz Austin Peterson Houston Chronicle
Publication: The Houston Chronicle (Texas)
Few disagreements in TMO 'accountability session'
By MIKE TOLSON Copyright 2009 Houston Chronicle
Nov. 30, 2009, 10:18PM
DREAM ACT WOULD REWARD HARD WORK
Local religious leaders hopeful for reform, despite political climate
By Jeannie Kever Houston Chronicle
Jan. 27, 2011, 11:21PM