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John C. Moritz

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Austin, TX, United States

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Recent articles by John:

Despite 'hell, yes' comment, O'Rourke acknowledges taking AR-15s is a nonstarter in Texas

Beto O'Rourke says he's now focusing on gun policies that have a chance of bi-partisan support. → Read More

Mexican drug cartels should be declared terrorist organizations, Abbott tells Biden

The governor directs DPS to target the cartels and to seize their assets. → Read More

Greg Abbott says his border security message hits home in Hispanic South Texas

The Republican governor said Hispanic voters in South Texas are receptive to conservative messaging and understand the need for border security. → Read More

US immigration officials say they 'dismantled' multimillion-dollar human smuggling ring

A newly unsealed indictment says migrants were sealed into crates and truck trailers as part of a lucrative operation to bring them across the border. → Read More

Abbott says O'Rourke is 'a con man' bent on undermining police, Texas energy industry

Gov. Greg Abbott is sharpening his attacks on Democrat Beto O'Rourke as a new poll shows the race tightening. → Read More

Texas oil lobby says EPA air-quality plan could stifle production in the Permian Basin

The Environmental Protection Agency has stepped up monitoring of greenhouse gas emissions in the nation's most productive oil field. → Read More

The 2022 Texas governor's race debate: Here's what you need to know

The Sept. 30 debate will likely be the only time Greg Abbott and Beto O'Rourke will go one-on-one before the Nov. 8 election. → Read More

At raucous Austin rally, Beto O'Rourke pledges action on guns

For the Democratic nominee for governor, mass gun violence and how Texas should deal with it has become a touchstone of his recent political life. → Read More

5 DPS officers under investigation into actions during Uvalde shooting response

The revelation came on the heels of a newly disclosed email in which the DPS head said his agency shares in the failure of the shooting response. → Read More

Liz Cheney will bring her Jan. 6 committee star power to Texas this month

Liz Cheney polarized Republicans after she denounced Donald Trump over Jan. 6. Could her coming appearance in Texas signal a comeback bid? → Read More

Abbott's migrant bus program now includes Chicago as a destination

The mayor of Chicago and the governor of Illinois say they welcome the migrants Gov. Greg Abbott has sent from Texas. → Read More

President Biden's signature caps Texas couple's 13-year battle for burn pit exposure help

How a Texas couple's long fight on behalf of sick military veterans finally ended in victory. → Read More

Here are Gov. Greg Abbott's plans for Texas border once Title 42 is lifted by President Joe Biden

Gov. Greg Abbott steps up his criticism of the Biden administration's border policies and promises tougher state action on unauthorized immigration → Read More

Policy to bus migrants to Washington is voluntary, but Gov. Abbott did not initially make that clear

Gov. Greg Abbott, in a TV interview, acknowledges that the state has no legal authority to force immigrants to be bused out of state. → Read More

Policy to bus migrants to Washington is voluntary, but Abbott did not initially make that clear

Gov. Greg Abbott, in a TV interview, acknowledges that the state has no legal authority to force immigrants to be bused out of state. → Read More

Here are Gov. Greg Abbott's plans for Texas border once Title 42 is lifted by President Biden

Gov. Greg Abbott steps up his criticism of the Biden administration's border policies and promises tougher state action on unauthorized immigration. → Read More

Texas' top general says Operation Lone Star needs another $531 million to keep going

The Texas Military Department says it is working to fix payroll issues and morale concerns among Guard troops stationed at the border. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court hears case of Texas veteran and burn pit victim seeking to reclaim job

The case brought by Le Roy Torres of Robstown will determine if a veteran can sue the state for job discrimination based on military service. → Read More

Here's your guide to casting a ballot in the Texas primary runoff elections

Here's what you need to know if you plan to vote in the Democratic or Republican runoff on May 24. → Read More

‘Your best is always good enough’: Rep. Jessica González named Women of the Year honoree

During her two terms, state Rep. Jessica González, the first openly gay Latina in the Texas Legislature, has proven she's not afraid to make waves. → Read More