The What’s Your Point? panel includes Republican strategist Jessica Colon, progressive commentator and attorney Nyanza Moore, Associate Editor of Breitbart Texas Bob Price, educator and Chicano activist Tony Diaz, Super Neighborhood leader Tomaro Bell, businessman and former Kemah mayor Bill King.
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The offices of the Houston ... your body is beat up,” Clark says. And firefighters worry that reduced benefits won’t adequately provide for their families if they die on the job. Clark knows ...