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High Noon at the Capitol

The biggest legislative bloodbath in 31 years is shaping up between Clements and Hobby. At stake: not only the state’s education budget but the economic and political future of Texas as well.

Songs of Innocence

In Joe Scruggs’s music Everymom evicts under-the-bed monsters, Everykid remembers on Monday morning the fifteen things he needs for school that day, and Everybody delights in Scruggs’s corny but sensitive portrayal of childhood.

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Russell Gold

Russell Gold is a senior editor at Texas Monthly. He writes about energy and business.

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Patricia Sharpe

Patricia Sharpe writes a regular restaurant column, Pat’s Pick, for Texas Monthly.

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The Story: 30 Years Later, a Guilty Conscience Led to a Free Man

Executive editor Michael Hall has reported on many exonerations over the years, but nothing compares to the story of Estella Ybarra and Carlos Jaile.

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