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  • Cook Loses Plea to Jurisdiction on Open Meetings Act Case!
    Cook Loses Plea to Jurisdiction on Open Meetings Act Case!

    Today, this October 5th, 2017, an Austin district court denied the Plea to Jurisdiction filed by Byron Cook, the Department of Public Safety, and the House Sargeant of Arms David Sauceda. Filling in ...

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  • Byron Cook Enjoined as Open Meetings Act Wins!
    Byron Cook Enjoined as Open Meetings Act Wins!

    THE WIN! (AT LEAST FOR THE MOMENT) Today, we are happy to announce that Judge Livingston in Travis County ruled in favor of the Open Meetings Act and Amy Hedtke and against Rep. Byron Cook today, ...

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  • Hedtke's Temporary Injunction Hearing
    Hedtke's Temporary Injunction Hearing

    The Temporary Injunction Hearing is set for July 19, 2pm, 2017, in the 201st District Court. This Wednesday the 19th at 2pm, Norred Law is going to ask the Honorable Amy Clark Meachum, who presides ...

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  • Hedtke v. Cook-Open Meetings Act
    Hedtke v. Cook-Open Meetings Act

    In honor of our Founding Fathers and in the ongoing effort to maintain transparency in the great State of Texas, today we filed Amy Hedtke’s Plaintiff’s Original Petition for Writ of Mandamus and ...

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  • Texas Open Meetings - Amy Hedtke v. Byron Cook
    Texas Open Meetings - Amy Hedtke v. Byron Cook

    The sign announcing the illegal policy, David Sauceda, the sergeant-at arms who should know better, and Rep. Byron Cook, who thinks himself above state law. In keeping with its support of transparency ...

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