Report on Water Development Board “Schmoozefest” by Linda Curtis

Thanks to the Freedom of Information Foundation and the League of Independent Voters, citizens were able to get in to the Texas Water Development Board schmoozefest, aka the “Water for Texas Conference” on January 23-25, 2017. This privatized event was sponsored by a state agency, the Texas Water Development Board, thanks to TWDB Chair, appointee and […]

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Guess who will decide this election, including Hays County Props 1 & 2

Independents — now 42% of America — will decide this election. This is especially true in Hays County as more and more Millennials (the majority of whom now identify as independents) have moved to Hays County seeking the affordability that would allow them to raise a family. QUESTION:  Guess who is trying to saddle this […]

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Guess who will decide this election, including Prop 1

Independents — now 42% of America — will decide this election. In Austin — the so-called “Millennial City” — this is especially true since the majority of Millennials identify as independent. WARNING: Guess who is trying to saddle this generation with massive debt for a transportation scheme that does not address mobility through roads or […]

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