Lone Star Reports

Harris County corruption first investigated and exposed by the Lone Star Project is detailed in national publication

Highly respected journalist Lou Dubose recently detailed the corrupt enterprise inside the Harris County Tax Assessor Collector's office  in the nationally read Washington Spectator.

Dallas Republicans waste taxpayer funds and disrupt investigation

Dallas County Constables have found themselves in hot water recently for contracting auto towing services to a company with a troubled past and little oversight.

Tom DeLay's lawyer hired to block sworn testimony

Efforts by Republican Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector Leo Vasquez, Republican State House member Dwayne Bohac (HD138 – Houston) and Republican County official Ed Johnson to escape responsibility for their partisan and

Some may be surprised that Tom DeLay will be doing the two-step this season on Dancing with the Stars. Not us. DeLay has demonstrated quite a bit of fancy footwork over the years avoiding jail time.

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Recent Reports

Court-Drawn Texas Congressional Districts Restore Fairness

Earlier today, the three-judge Federal District Court in San Antonio issued a proposed redrawn congressional redistricting plan to be used for the 2012 elections in Texas. The Court-drawn plan is a clear rejection of the effort by Texas Republican leaders to increase their partisan strength within the Texas Congressional Delegation by violating the voting rights of Hispanics and African Americans. The Court’s plan much more fairly reflects the racial make-up and the political behavior of Texas.

The Federal Court in San Antonio released interim maps for the 2012 Elections for the Texas State Senate and State House late yesterday afternoon.

DC Court denies summary judgment for preclearance of State House, State Senate and Congressional maps. Court will draw interim maps.

Earlier today, a three-judge panel in the DC Federal District Court denied a motion by Texas Attorney Gene

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