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The Source: Google Fiber, Paxton May Be In Contempt, and 31 Ways The Lege Changed Texas

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On our Thursday news roundtable, we talk Google Fiber's big announcement to come to San Antonio after more than a year of flirting. In statewide news, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has been summoned to a San Antonio Federal Courtroom for possible contempt charges, after denying a man in a same-sex couple to have his name added to his spouse's death certificate. And the Texas Tribune launched their 31 ways 31 days for the third year. The series spans August, highlighting a recently passed law a day that will change life in Texas effective September 1st. 

Guests:

  • Josh Baugh, City Reporter for the San Antonio Express-News
  • Ryan Poppe, Capitol City Reporter for Texas Public Radio
  • Alana Rocha, Multi-Media Reporter for the Texas Tribune
Paul Flahive can be reached at Paul@tpr.org and on Twitter at @paulflahive