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At the Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas annual conference in Austin, Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush, (left) who is challenging Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in 2022, fielded questions about his views on open government issues during an interview program moderated by Bob Garrett, Austin bureau chief for the Dallas Morning News.

Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush, who is challenging Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in the 2022 Republican primary, fielded questions about his views on open government issues at the Freedom of Information Foundation annual conference in Austin.

Odessa American Publisher Pat Canty (left) accepts the James Madison Award from FOIFT Director Paul Watler, a First Amendment attorney with Jackson Walker. The American was also honored with the Spirit of FOI Award.

In leading his troops into battle for transparency in city government, Odessa American Publisher Pat Canty exemplifies the principles set forth in the of Bill of Rights by its author, James Madison, attorney Paul Watler said in presenting the James Madison Award at the Henry Faulk Awards Luncheon during the 2021 Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas annual conference in Austin.

Obituaries published in the October 2021 edition of the Texas Press Messenger.

Charles Edward Mooney

Promotions, staff additions and other changes at Texas newspapers.

MIRANDA OGLESBY, Mount Pleasant Tribune

News about Texas newspapers.