This week on The Texan’s “Weekly Roundup,” the reporting team discusses a newly announced federal investigation into Attorney General Ken Paxton on the accusations of bribery and abuse of office, Netflix being indicted by a Texas grand jury, Joe Biden spending millions on ad buys, a small Texas church fighting eminent domain seizure, Abbott announcing bars may reopen at 50% capacity if permitted by local officials, Chip Roy and Wendy Davis facing off on the debate stage, Texas principals receiving pay raises as the state’s economy struggles, and state legislative districts ranking from red to blue.
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Michelle Arledge is the Marketing Manager for The Texan. Previously, she worked as the digital marketing manager for both the Manhattan Institute and City Journal magazine in New York City. A Dallas native, Michelle graduated from Baylor University in 2016 with a degree in political science. Outside of work, Michelle spends time worshipping coffee, singing show tunes, and hanging out with her husband and their two rescue dogs.