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Wednesday, December 3, 2003
Hays County considers buying electronic voting machines that generate no paper trail County Commissioner Russ Molenaar said he has concerns about electronic voting because there is no paper ballot. What happens if the machine erases itself? he asked.
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Bexar County wants to give tax breaks for Aquifer-area construction Environmentalists immediately questioned the court's action, asking why commissioners would want to give anyone an incentive to build in an area of the county where the community doesn't want developers to build.
Parking rules have Gruene Historical District in a tizzy An impasse over parking rules may force closure of the New Braunfels Museum of Art and Music, which has invested $2 million in a new building and adjacent restaurant
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Sears bought its way into starring in "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" The deal, estimated to be costing Sears more than $1 million, includes the placement of products like Craftsman tools, Kenmore appliances and Lands' End home furnishings in each of the six episodes.
The Environmental President wants new regs to allow more mercury emissions from coal-burning power plants "..power plants release about 48 tons of mercury into the air each year, or about 40 percent of the total human-caused mercury emissions in the country.."
Polygamist cites ruling on sodomy A Utah man with five wives is in court fighting to get his bigamy conviction overturned on the basis of the U.S. Supreme Court's June ruling that decriminalized homosexual relations.
The odd story of Mary Kay in China: linking employment to staying away from the Falun Gong spiritual group
Williamson County Sheriff - allegedly caught drunk a dozen times - is set to resign Most recently, Georgetown police stopped Maspero on Oct. 11 after a couple called 911 to report that Maspero appeared drunk and was relieving himself along Williams Drive.
Another really, really stupid radio outrage "The Babylon [Long Is., NY] radio station WBAB/102.3 FM is experiencing a backlash from some listeners after a Monday morning show promoted a big announcement to families for several days, then told children that Santa Claus ... (stop reading this if you're under 10) ... does not exist.
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