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Efforts underway to change GOP on gay marriage

Gay conservatives are undertaking the most coordinated effort yet to change the Republican Party's position on same-sex marriage. Their approach: one state and one Republican activist at a time.

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Candidates declare victory in first gubernatorial debate

Questions during the first gubernatorial debate ranged from border security, to capital punishment, to economic development and trade with Mexico. However, the biggest point of contention came when state Sen. Wendy Davis sparred with Attorney…

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Abbott, Davis face off in Texas gubernatorial debate

For the first time since 1998, the Republican and Democratic nominees for Texas governor will debate their positions in a South Texas setting.

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Davis denies conflicts in council, business work

As a city councilwoman in Fort Worth, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis did not always recuse herself from votes that potentially overlapped with her private business interests, according to a newspaper investigation published Sunday.

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Mexican president condemns Texas' National Guard deployment along border

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto says Texas' decision to deploy National Guard troops along the border is "unpleasant" and "reprehensible."

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Texas abortion restrictions at US appeals court

A federal appeals court that has already upheld one Texas restriction on abortions is hearing arguments about an even tougher part of the same law: the requirement that all abortion clinics adopt costly hospital-level operating standards.

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Cruz walks out after pro-Israel comments get boos at event for Christians

Republican Sen. Ted Cruz said he walked out of a speech Wednesday night to a Christian organization after some audience members booed his comments in support of Israel and the Jewish people.

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Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst asks for review of windstorm insurer

Texas Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst asked lawmakers this week to consider shutting down a windstorm insurance provider for coastal Texans.

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Houston councilman a no-show to meeting after DWI arrest

The first council meeting of the month for the city of South Houston was held Tuesday and all the chairs were filled except for one.

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Critics question Abbott's 2010 Houston voter raid

A previously unreported 2010 state raid of a Houston effort to register low-income voters is raising concerns from critics that the Republican favorite to become the next governor of Texas used his post to suppress voter registration efforts that…

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