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Dr. HISD”S Saavedra’s plan for first 100 days: “brave, bold and attainable”, says Trustee Moore.

Props go to HISD’s soon to be Interim Superintendent Abe Saavedra for presenting a plan for what to expect during his first 100 days in office beginning September 1. The plan calls for addressing the dropout problem and increasing student achievement.
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Houston METRO backs off on promise to Hispanic leaders.

Houston State Senator Mario Gallegos, Jr. and Houston City Council Member Adrian Garcia are not happy with METRO’s decision to reconsider building the North corridor light rail line. Both Gallegos and Garcia campaigned in support of the rail referendum that barely passed last November. METRO’s election campaign materials clearly laid out the proposed METRO north route. That what voters supported. Gallegos and Garcia have every right to speak out.
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METRO Sees the light.

Feeling the heat from City Council Member Adrian Garcia and State Senator Mario Gallegos, Houston METRO has apparently backed off plans to alter its proposed North Corridor route. I guess METRO decided that they should indeed honor promises made to the community.
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Gov. Perry Impeachment Silly

Texas democratic state house lawmakers need to shelf all talk about impeaching Governor Rick Perry. President Clinton impeachment efforts backfired against congressional republicans a few years ago and will certainly backfire against Democrats in Texas today. Instead, Texas Democrats need to put their resources into winning a few state house seats in November.
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