This week on The Texan’s “Weekly Roundup,” the entire reporting team joined for a special holiday edition of the Weekly Roundup to discuss some news from the week, a look back at some Texas history, and Thanksgiving traditions:
- Texas politicians’ reactions to Trump announcing his 2024 presidential run
- The state Legislature mulling over how to spend its $27 billion budget surplus
- Two members of the Los Zetas cartel sentenced to decades in federal prison
- The U.S. Supreme Court dismissing a lawsuit against a redrawn Texas Senate district
- The Dallas County district attorney ending a lenient policy on prosecuting theft
- The adoption of a Native American child that took one Texas family to the U.S. Supreme Court
- The City of Kemah’s legal troubles and effort to break with an allied law firm
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Daniel Friend is the Marketing and Media Manager for The Texan. After graduating with a double-major in Political Science and Humanities, he wrote for The Texan as a reporter through June 2022. In his spare time, you're likely to find him working on The Testimony of Calvin Lewis, an Abolition of Man-inspired novel and theatrical podcast.