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Bipartisan Pre-K House Rivalry
Has House Speaker Team Split
Straus praise may give new bill edge on competing plan with wide support on emergency issue.

UT Nominees Raked over Coals
in Greg Abbott's First Major Test
Senate Dem comes to gov's defense amid heavy fire from conservatives and surprise cameo critic.

House Rallies in Relatively Rare
Unity Display on TRS Care Boost
Chief budget writer fires shot across Senate bow with vow to pony up money for retired teachers.

Menendez Confident on Leaving
Bad Blood Behind after OT Win

Senate Redesigns Tax Cut Plan with A-Team at Helm This Time

Patrick Says Speedy Strategy
in Senate Not Pressure Tactic

Bill Filings Soar at State Capitol
Despite Less Government Vow

King Takes Aim at PIU Again
with Special Prosecutor Plan

Republicans Seek to Strengthen
Ban that Could Be Short-Lived

Tea Party Rookies Could Spoil
Abbott Unity Quest on UT Picks

GOP Leaders Howling in Anger
on Ex-PUC Member's Wedding

Abbott Makes Low-Key Pitch
for More Clout on Spending

Hailey's Comment: Patrick Could Be Critics Only Hope in UT Nominee Battle
Conservatives who oppose Abbott appointees may be barking up wrong tree with pressure push on senators.


Leadership Shakeup
Fuels Shift at Capitol
with Tea Party Tint

Red connections could be gold as changes at the top rock rankings amid all-time talent infusion.

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Rising Star Lobbyists
Lobby Teams & Groups
Corporate and More

Class of 2015

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Cesar Blanco Tony Tinderholt

Rookie Groups Mirror Business Establishment Battle with Tea Party
Freshmen delegation is tale of two factions in one party that dominates new lawmaker brigade.

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