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"Voting rights lawsuit started in Austin garage; Supreme Court case involves moving utility district polling place 3 blocks"
"Voting rights lawsuit started in Austin garage; Supreme Court case involves moving utility district polling place 3 blocks": Today in The Austin American-Statesman, Chuck Lindell has an article that begins, "Anderson Cooper's people recently phoned Jack Stueber about sending a CNN crew to his suburban Austin garage, joining a media pilgrimage to what might be the least likely racial battleground in America...
Parents of Austin.
I do not mean parents in the literal sense.As many of you know, and by many I mean my two readers, I have a constant need to define sociological themes where I am. From schools to cities, I always try to see the common fabric and motivations of the place as a collective whole...
More on the Austin Pilot's Tax Dispute With the IRS
Following up on yesterday's post, Pilot Deliberately Crashes Into IRS Office Building in Austin, Blames Tax Reform Act of 1986: Bloomberg, Austin Pilot?s Note Says Dispute With IRS Began in Early 1980s Don't Mess With Taxes, Man Angry at IRS Crashes Plane Into Austin Building Going Concern, The Full Text...
Moving from one apartment to another is a pain in the ass. But at least moving can remind you of how much crap you really have. It may induce you to finally get rid of some of it...
Jim Mattox, 1943 - 2008
Gardner Selby has this report at the Austin American-Statesman website.Jim Mattox, a fiery Democrat whose career brought him from Dallas to Austin to Washington and then back to Austin, has died in his sleep, a former spokesman, Kelly Fero, said...
Blawg of the Day -- Austin Criminal Law Journal
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Dax Garvin is a former law enforcement officer and prosecutor living in Austin, Texas. At his Austin Criminal Law Journal, he's providing insight and commentary on topics such as DWI, jail standards, probation questions and concerns, Tasers, and other criminal defense matters -- all with an Austin flavor.