Paxton and the TCEQ have this great concern for “air quality standards for sulfur dioxide” here in Texas andI agree it should be reviewed. However, here is where the rubber is NOT meeting the road with these two: The land application of municipal industrial, hospital, storm, and household so call processed sewage sludge (Class A, B, and AB). This would be the concentrated contaminated residuals from cleaning sewage.
I have an elderly friend who I help, in addition to her CNA's. Today she told me that she had been throwing away her Xarelto because of the television ads as we were leaving the cardiologist's appointment! She was scared something would happen to her if she continued to take the prescribed medication.
RE: Texas asbestos firms spending hundreds of thousands in 2014 elections, Southeast Texas Record, Oct. 16, 2014
Re: Texas lawmakers say they must protect tort reform measures from mega-donor Mostyn, Southeast Texas Record, March 17, 2014.
In response to "TLR remembers Lincoln as tort reform champion," an op-ed published Feb. 18, 2013.
The following letter was written in response to a story about Texas Supreme Court candidate Sam Houston, "Candidate believes Texas SC too favorable to corporate defendants" published in the Southeast Texas Record on Aug. 11.
As a UTSA Alum, I am dismayed by Mr. John Browning's recent article in the Southeast Texas Record (Legally Speaking: The World Turned Upside Down-Part 1).