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HOUSTON—Two Texas men lost an appeal after contesting a city ballot measure they claimed improperly defined the length of a term limit.
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HOUSTON – The attorney who wants to be Houston’s next mayor is suing the city’s current mayor over billboards he claims are a campaign violation.
HOUSTON – A Florida man alleges a wet floor at the Houston George Bush International Airport caused him to fall.
HOUSTON – Mudslinging is a normal part of political campaigning as much as shaking hands and kissing babies. One local attorney with aspirations of one day leading the City of Houston, however, took it a step further.
HOUSTON – A Harris County woman alleges a wet floor at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport caused her to fall.
'Fix, not fight': Buzbee, Lancton call on Turner to settle Proposition B row with Houston firefighters
HOUSTON – The city’s firefighters are committed to hash out any differences arising from the recently passed Proposition B.
Buzbee expresses intention to represent Houston firefighters pro bono in potential Proposition B legal battle
HOUSTON – A prominent local attorney has reportedly offered to serve as lead counsel for Houston firefighters pro bono in the event a recently approved proposition yields litigation.
HOUSTON – The Houston Division of the Southern District of Texas recently took over a lawsuit filed by a man who alleges he was shot by a Houston police officer.
Man who tripped allegedly because of inoperable escalator at airport seeks more than $200,000 from Houston
HOUSTON – A Houston man alleges he fell at the George Bush International Airport because no warning was given that the escalator wasn't working.