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Texas blog roundup for the week of October 30

The Texas Progressive Alliance can’t wait to see what Robert Mueller has in store as it brings you this week’s roundup.

Off the Kuff looks at the latest UT/Texas Tribune poll and wishes the pollsters had a bit more vision.

Socratic Gadfly first offered his take on the Joe Straus retirement announcement and then excoriated the inside-the-Mopac media gaggle for its use of the phrase “moderate Republican.”

The PDid slate — recommendations in the ongoing election for Texas constitutional amendments, Houston municipal bonds, and HCC and HISD candidates — is posted at Brains and Eggs.

Neil at All People Have Value reviewed the post-hurricane Harvey public art work in Houston called “Toxic Pile of Dirt.” APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.

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And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.

Daniel Williams explains the state constitutional amendments to you.

Robert Rivard bemoans how unsafe San Antonio is for pedestrians.

Jennifer McQuade wants to know where our government is in Puerto Rico.

Dwight Silverman gives four reasons why Amazon Key is a bad idea.

Space City Weather examines the Harris County proposals for flood mitigation.

Wes Ferguson notes that fewer Texas high schoolers are interested in playing football.

Aaron West documents the history of the three local skinheads who were arrested in Florida for firing a gun at the Richard Spencer rally.

Shannon Watts eulogizes Catherine Vance, a 40-year-old Moms Demand Action advocate from Houston who passed away from colon cancer this past week.

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