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Military Communities Throughout Texas Average $15.3M in Grants

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Military communities across Texas will receive a new round of $15.3 million in grants from the Texas Military Preparedness Commission's (TMPC) Defense Economic Adjustment Assistance Grant (DEAAG) program. This is what Governor Greg Abbott did announce. Moreover, these grants do assist military communities across the state. In fact, they may…

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Bullet Train Developer Unable to Access Uncharted Area

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Bullet train in a Southern state that is controversial and involved in a landowner's case against the companies is developing it. In fact, these companies can't force people to sell parcels. It would be needing for the high-speed rail project. The state attorney general's office is behind it. The argument…

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Mask Ban Mandates in Public Schools Back in Place

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Mask mandates are being prohibited in schools by Governor Greg Abbott in Southern state and city. The federal appellate court has temporarily restored his executive order. Mask Ban Mandates and the Spread of the Corona Virus The governor's executive order on November 24 was restoring by the 5th U.S. Circuit…

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Concert Safety Task Force formed After Astroworld Tragedy

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A concert safety task force has been forming by Governor Greg Abbott on Wednesday. This was created to address the disaster last Friday at the Astroworld festival in a Southern state and city. That left eight people dead and hundreds more were injuring. Concert Safety Task Force: Enhancing Security Texas…

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Universities are Conflicted Between Two COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

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Universities in a Southern state and city that are collectively holding billions of dollars in federal contracts now are wrestling with how to best navigate the Biden administration’s mandate in which all federal contractors be vaccinating. This would occur by Dec. 8 in the state that bans vaccine mandates. Universities:…

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Power Slowly Returns as Cleanup Begins on Hurricane Nicholas

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Power is close to being restoring for all CenterPoint Energy customers in the wake of Hurricane Nicholas. The hurricane has moved through a greater Southern state and has since been downgrading to a tropical depression. Power Down in Local Region On Wednesday, as of 8:45 a.m., just over 81,000 customers were…

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