Host Jason Whitely takes a look at the big headlines this week: talking about taxes, the state of Texas and a possible new Second Amendment sanctuary.
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The Texas Legislature session is almost here. GOP and local government lawmakers are ready for war.
Republicans in the Texas ... Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Bonnen to permanently ban cities that “defund” police from increasing their annual property tax revenue in future years. State ...
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Feds announce operation to reduce violent crime in Austin
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