The Texas Progressive Alliance brings you the pneumonia-free version of this week's roundup.
Off the Kuff is not surprised that the Justice Department is accusing the state of Texas of misleading county election officials about the updated voter ID requirements.
Libby Shaw at Daily Kos believes the editorial board of the Dallas Morning News should hold the Texas Republican Party to the same standard as it does Donald Trump. According to the Dallas Morning News Donald Trump is no Republican. But neither is the Texas GOP for that matter.
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme notes a bad week for Ted Cruz: afraid of 'Value Voters' and dissed by John Cornyn.
Socratic Gadfly looks at the Texas Trib and Bizjournals touting "the world of apps" as an allegedly surefire get-out-the-vote idea, is sure that it's NOT a surefire idea with folks like Valley Hispanics, but expects the Texas Democratic Party to be suckers for it anyway with pretty much the same results as before.
Neil at All People Have Value added a page of his public art and revised his photography page as well at NeilAquino.com.
Equality Texas hopes for more civility on transgender issues after AG Paxton met the Briggle family.
Texas Sharon is again in the fracking crosshairs.
Egberto Willies wants to pump up the outrage volume over EpiPen.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
Juanita reminds us of the Trump U - Greg Abbott connection.
Eileen Smith looks at the Catholic angle on Donald Trump.
Anna Dragsbaek chastises Bexar County DA Nico LaHood for his misinformation about vaccinations.
The TSTA Blog is hesitant to be optimistic about pre-K in Texas.
Houston's Metro is looking for an urban designer.
Nan Little Kirkpatrick makes the connection between abortion access and transgender health care.
Jenny Dial Creech is not having Art Briles' apology.