Letters to the Editor: 04.07.11

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CORPUS CHRISTI – Remember to contact local lawmakers. Representative Todd Hunter, Chairman of the Calendars Committee, has also proven to be a valuable advocate for health care issues. {read more}

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In the News – April

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AUSTIN – When written, passed and signed into law in the 1970s, there was no way of knowing that one day communications devices that easily fit into the palm of a hand could be used to circumvent the Texas Open Meetings Act. Hunter told the American-Statesman’s Tim Eaton that he doesn’t “think you should be…

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STATE CAPITOL NEWS AND NOTES

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STATE CAPITOL NEWS AND NOTES The following is a collection of news and notes from your State Capitol involving issues that affect House District 32. VOTER IDENTIFICATION PASSES OUT OF THE HOUSE The Voter ID bill otherwise known as Senate Bill (SB) 14 passed out of the House on March 24, 2011 after receiving a…

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Digital disconnect is warranted

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Digital disconnect is warranted AUSTIN – When written, passed and signed into law in the 1970s, there was no way of knowing that one day communications devices that easily fit into the palm of a hand could be used to circumvent the Texas Open Meetings Act. If state Rep. Todd Hunter, R-Corpus Christi, has his…

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Ban sought on texting while lawmaking

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Ban sought on texting while lawmaking AUSTIN – Open Meetings Act addition would affect electronic communications by any public official at public meeting. On any given day when legislative committees gather, state lawmakers can be seen hammering away on BlackBerrys, iPhones and other mobile devices. But one powerful member of the Texas House wants to…

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