Subject:

Bill Richardson (Politician)

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    September 10, 2009
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    November 13, 2008

    Texas Mutual Says Thanks, But No Thanks, to State Oversight

    Texas’ leading workers’ comp insurer says we don’t need courts and juries watching over them. Yeah, right.

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    July 31, 2008

    The Caretaker

    One mother's crusade to better the life of her mentally retarded son and the system that failed him

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    March 20, 2008

    Battle Against Teaching Evolution in Texas Begins

    Should creationism win out, textbooks throughout the country–not just Texas–will challenge the theory of evolution in science curricula

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    September 20, 2007

    Teenage and Transgendered

    Liz and Amber were just friends until Liz became Jay

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    November 9, 2006

    Highway Robbery

    Crime doesn't pay? Tell that to truck cargo thieves.

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    July 27, 2006

    Thou Shalt Not

    How Plano pastor David Roseberry became the leading edge of a schism in the Episcopal Church over gays in the ministry

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    April 18, 2002

    2002 Dallas Observer Music Awards

    These are your choices, not ours, for the best musicians in town

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    March 21, 2002

    Everybody Loves Romano

    How can Phil Romano, the "Steven Spielberg of the food business," become even more successful? By opening more restaurants, making more money--and feeding the homeless.

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    January 10, 2002

    A Hole in Every Pot

    A city gone shabby yearns for a mayor to put things right

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    March 18, 1999

    No place like home

    Thousands of Texans say they can do a better job teaching their children at home. But some local truant officers claim parents are using a massive loophole in Texas law to skip school altogether.

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    December 31, 1998

    Highway roulette

    In Texas, more people die in truck crashes than any state in the country. It's not an accident.

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    November 12, 1998

    Invasion of the bodyshoppers

    A shortage of American engineers and programmers spells boom times for brokers who peddle skilled foreign workers at bargain prices. Is it exploitation, or just good business?

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    January 15, 1998

    Deadbeat

    Vance Miller lives in a Highland Park mansion, carries weight in the GOP, and parties with high society. He owes you, the taxpayer, $26 million, and he ain't paying.

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    January 1, 1998

    Paper chase

    William Morgan says he's just an innocent document dealer snared in a campaign finance scandal. And if you believe that, he has some old railroad bonds he wants to sell you.

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    July 17, 1997

    O little town of Bethel-sham

    On the plains north of Dallas, budding revolutionaries are trying to form the newest town in Texas. But tiny Bethel isn't being founded on civic pride. It's a ploy to stop farmers like Jack England from selling their land.

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    March 27, 1997

    Betty's In Charge

    Is Dallas County's most explosive bureaucrat ruining the health department?

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    October 31, 1996

    U.S. Reprehensible

    Eddie Bernice Johnson has burned through more than 50 staffers during her four years in Congress. She says she's just demanding. They say she's a tyrant.

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    September 5, 1996

    The Stink Bomber

    From his raccoon-infested headquarters, Phil Thomas besieges enemies by fax and phone. He says he's fighting for ghetto kids. His targets say he's just bizarre.

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    March 9, 1995

    In The Name Of The Father

    Sheryl Lew Sterrett, daughter of a Dallas political icon, charts her own New Age course

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