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Old 02-28-2019, 06:51 AM
 
Location: Houston/Brenham
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And now a judge has ordered the entire process stopped, calling it "a solution looking for a problem".

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“The evidence has shown … there is no widespread voter fraud,” Biery wrote in his order.

He said the number of noncitizen voters was so small that they were like “infinitesimal needles” in “the haystack of 15 million Texas voters.”
https://www.houstonchronicle.com/new...-13649737.php?

Of course, AG Ken Paxton fired off a missive, berating "federal control over state's rights". It's ironic how they lament the Fed when it infringes on some obviously illegal tactic, and then turn around and pass state laws infringing on cities right's to govern themselves (Sick leave, plastic bags, etc).
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