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February 17, 2015

February 17, 2015

By: David Brown

Chemical weapons in Iraq seized by US forces 10 years ago. Does this rewrite the history of the Iraq conflict? Also a story that affects millions across Texas and far beyond as a Texas judge stops President Obama’s anti-deportation order in its tracks. One two three stoplight, a Texas lawmaker plans to put the brakes on red light cameras. Also musician, author and actor Steve Earle tells us why he’s gone from Texas for good. All that plus much more on today’s episode of the Standard:


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