UPDATED: Hospitals strapped many ways
"In the last 24 months, 10 rural Texas hospitals have been forced to shut their doors because state leaders" chose not to expand Medicaid.
Different measures show New York worse
Austin has "gone from being the 24th most congested city just about 10 years ago to being the fourth most congested — more congested than NYC."
Pizza time travel
"Fifteen years ago, you couldn't even get a pizza delivered in that neighborhood."
"Half of all Americans have less than $10,000 in their savings account."
More than 20 registered
"Austin has more lobbyists working for it than any other municipality in Texas."
Louisiana’s film incentives program is so big "they actually shot an upcoming film initially titled ‘Don’t Mess With Texas’ in New Orleans!"
"I belong to the AFL-CIO."
"The city of San Antonio reuses almost 40 percent of its water. You know how much the city of Austin reuses? About 5 percent. And that's not right. We can do better."
Seniors pay half fares
Mike "Martinez has voted to raise taxes and utility rates while ending free bus service for seniors."
University of Texas students "signed a petition seeking the legal right to abort newborn babies up to five-years-old."
He wasn't alone
"Mike Martinez cut a deal with prosecutors to avoid facing possible jail time and stuck us with his $24,657.50 legal bill."
Austin is "burdened by the fastest-growing tax increases of any major city in the nation."
"Texas had the worst voter participation in the country" in the November 2014 elections.
UPDATED: Hear ye, Austin history
Austin mayoral candidate Steve Adler opposed an injunction to stop a "company from dumping petrochemicals directly into the Barton Springs aquifer."
Austin mayoral candidate Steve Adler has "never been active in anything that has to do with City Hall."
Advice provided for pipeline right-of-way
Austin mayoral candidate "Steve Adler admitted his law firm worked with Koch Industries for nearly a decade."
Looks like a regional estimate
110 people a day move to Austin.
Austin H-E-B closer
"Families in Del Valle, who are City of Austin residents, have to drive to Bastrop to go to the closest grocery store."
UPDATED: Tea party group not driving campaign
"The Austin Tea Party and an ultra-conservative millionaire are behind the" campaign against the city’s light-rail proposition.
UPDATED: If you don't count lanes in city plans
None of $400 million the City of Austin proposes to spend on road projects "will be used to add new lanes to congested roadways."
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