"When adjusted for inflation, (Texas) per-student spending has remained relatively flat over the past 16 years. Despite that trend, Texas schools in 2017 will receive $381 less per student than they did in 2003."
Closer to 94103
"The first tweet was sent from Austin."
Students mastered test
Before 2005, "the percentage of" Texas high school "students meeting the college readiness standards of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board stood at 28% in English and 42% in math. Those figures stood at 65% and 66% in 2013."
"Austin is number one in Texas in startups, venture capital and patents."
Short view: $23,000
University of Texas undergraduate student debt "is less than $21,000… probably one of the lowest debts across the nation."
"This is not a joke: the president wants to house illegal aliens on our nation’s military installations."
If Austin voters reject Proposition 1, a "completely new City-run" criminal background check "process will cost millions in processing fees, additional staff, and bureaucracy" with taxpayers getting "the bill."
"Texas has 600,000 registered voters who don’t have the kind of photo ID needed to vote."
Trump admits flip
On banning assault weapons.
Says there were over 600 reports of Texas votes for Donald Trump in the state’s 2016 Republican primary virtually all getting tallied for Marco Rubio.
"Austin’s the fastest-growing city in the country the last five years."
Higher turnout in, lo, 2008
Texas "had the highest level of turnout than ever before in the primary."
Reagan-Bush, Obama-Biden, Trump-?
Ted Cruz is in negotiations to be Donald Trump’s running mate.
Rampant, meaning rare
"The fact is voter fraud is rampant."
Trump had Cruz's back -- then
Says Donald Trump and Marco Rubio opposed Cruz’s "efforts to defund Planned Parenthood."
Of late? The 'worst'
Donald Trump has "described Hillary Clinton as one of the best secretaries of state in history."
Latinos 17, Latinas 0
"Texas is home to millions of Latinas, but the state has never elected a Latina to Congress."
A waiting wall
"Building a wall" on the U.S.-Mexico border "will take literally years."
Says Travis County Commissioner Gerald Daugherty "claims to have taken a pay cut, but for 2016, he voted to raise his salary by 19.6 percent."
Republicans mostly prevailed
"When Republican extremists tried to take away abortion rights … Blake Rocap stopped them."
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