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December 5, 2003
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Tax-break proposal might face a hard road A proposed prohibition on tax breaks for new developments in and around the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone may be on shakier ground with the City Council than it was with Bexar County commissioners, who approved a partial restriction Tuesday.
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Feds say Texas Clean Air plan is nutty Jay Millikin, a Comal County commissioner who oversees an air quality planning group for the four-county region, said that had the EPA endorsed the state's position, you could "kiss off" any chance that the outlying counties would take constructive action to clean up the air.
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Texas worst in power plant mercury emissions Mercury, once released, contaminates fish and other wildlife. Caddo Lake, Toledo Bend Reservoir and the entire Texas Gulf Coast have warnings against eating certain species of fish because of mercury.
Spammers to invade wide wireless world Spammers are poised to send billions of unsolicited text messages hawking pornography, mortgage loans and Viagra pills, adding wireless devices to the list of places corrupted by unwanted e-mail.
Black lawmakers rip A&M decision Black legislators from Texas threatened Thursday to ask for a federal civil rights investigation into the decision made by Texas A&M University's president to not use race preferences in admissions.
Nude Christ controversy in Orange County with photos "..red bulge suggests the Savior's scrotum, while a swath of pink appears to indicate the Holy Johnson."
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