This week on The Texan’s “Weekly Roundup,” the team discusses:
- Democrats sweeping the Dallas County Commissioners Court
- A memo from the Texas Democrats about their lackluster statewide midterm performance
- An ethics complaint for corporate donations filed against the Texas Democrats
- The state’s investigation into elections in Harris County
- Chris Magnus resigning as commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection
- Donald Trump announcing his 2024 presidential campaign
- A GOP poll of Texans’ new preference for DeSantis over Trump
- A federal judge ending the Title 42 policy used to expel illegal aliens
- The over 200,000 border patrol encounters in October 2022
- The new data for crime in Harris County in 2022 amid disputes over reporting delays
- The over 900 bills filed on Monday for the upcoming 88th Legislative Session
- A member of the Texas House filing a bill to abolish the death penalty
- The causes and effects of high diesel prices in Texas and the nation
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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.