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The Law of the Loo
April 26, 2021 0 Comment

I don’t think about public restrooms much, and I think about the legalities of them even less. However, there have been three specific instances in my life when I have had a reason to assess where the law and the loo intersect. The first was […]

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When Texting Crosses the Line
April 20, 2021 0 Comment

Two Carroll ISD board members charged with violating the Texas Open Meetings Act were indicted by a Tarrant County grand jury for allegedly communicating outside of an authorized meeting. Carroll ISD Board President Michelle Moore and Vice President Todd Carlton face misdemeanor charges of conspiring […]

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Procurement in the Age of Disaster
March 5, 2021 0 Comment

While hoping for the best, we should always expect and prepare for the worst. Many governmental entities have experienced emergency management personnel and dedicated procedures in place to react to a disaster. However, these same governmental entities sometimes lack the proactive administrative measures that can […]

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