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Business

Why Matthew DeSarno Left the FBI to Run a Dallas-based Tech Startup

The longtime G-Man uses experiences gained over 20 years in the bureau to lead and grow Verfico Technology, a tech platform that helps prevent wage theft in the construction industry.
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Conversation With

Conversation With: Jason Villalba

The partner at Frost Brown Todd talks plans for launching the Texas presence of CivicPoint, a government relations subsidiary of the law firm, deal volume trends for 2023, and more.
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Local News

Early Voting Is Here: Where To Vote, What’s on the Ballot and More You Need To Know

A primer to the November 8 general election. You can vote early now through November 4.
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Politics & Government

Dallas Police Steal* $100,000 from Woman at Love Field

Texas law allows law enforcement to seize property without providing evidence of wrongdoing. That needs to change.
By Peter Simek
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Government

Texas’ Latest Wins on the Health Policy Front

Texas officials are working diligently with the federal government to make sure the healthcare system is funded next year.
By Steve Love
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Coronavirus

Conflicting Vaccine Rules Have Companies ‘Pulling Their Hair Out’

Local legal experts weigh in on the conflicting orders and ever-changing regulations.
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Government

Why Didn’t Texas Expand Medicaid This Legislative Session?

The data says it's a win-win. It would have passed in the House had it made it to the floor. So what happened?
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Civics

Dallas City Hall Stinks of Broken Government

Don’t get distracted by the mayor and council’s ongoing squabbles. What’s really wrong with Dallas is its system of government.
By Peter Simek
Chief U. Reneé Hall
Government

The Color of Complacency

Did Black leaders in Dallas give the police chief a pass?
By Jim Schutze
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