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Sep/Oct 2011

Sep/Oct 2011

As an action movie junkie, Clint Eastwood is one of my favorite actors. His movies contain the message that good always wins, that right always triumphs over wrong. Hero is pitted against villain, valiantly confronting colossal difficulties and...

I recently had a discussion with a stockbroker about the volatility of different markets and industries. The broker claimed there is nothing more volatile than the stock market, which swings widely from day to day, upwards of 500 to 600 points. There seems to be no basis for...

Word around the chapter water cooler is that this year’s Administrative Conference lineup was one of the best ever. With new faces from several agencies, the list of speakers represented a fully informative program for members wanting to...

I may not be the only person sick of the word “change” after the last four years, but every once in a great while a group of people get together, invest in change, and ...

With no disrespect for a handful of candidates who would serve on the State Supreme Court and the Court of Criminal Appeals Court, the contest which will receive highest billing in Texas next March will be...

As the national debate continues to focus on cutting federal spending, reducing the national debt, and balancing the budget, some have begun asking whether it makes sense for the...

Former executive director Amadeo Saenz has retired. I know you join me in saluting his able leadership. While our agency awaits the choice of a new leader, I want to tell you how much our agency appreciates...

Texas is dried out. All over the state, in newspapers, and on televisions all over the nation, you can see the land’s cracked veins exposed in our pastures and once-filled waterbeds. Since December 2010, wildfires have burned over one million acres. Estimated economic losses due to...

Texas’ infrastructure is in peril and this year’s drought has only compounded our problems—with lakes sucked dry, pipes and water mains bursting, and wildfires wreaking havoc on everything from...

Clean and reliable water is critical to safe communities job creation and economic growth. On November 8th Texans have the opportunity to vote for...

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