Chronicle report illustrates Special District influence over Legislature

James Drew at the Chronicle Austin Bureau has filed a couple of stories investigating MUDs apparently taking where DIRTY MUDS left off detailing RENT-A-VOTER revelations last November 2015 with more to follow.

His latest MUDS SELL BONDS does a brilliant job presenting the money trail that helps explain why elected officials are so indulgent of the Special Purpose District Industrial Complex that relies on RENT-A-VOTER for its existence.

Just take in the graphic included in the story, and off course read the very interesting story yourself.

And maybe you will ask yourself why no conservative writers are taking on this issue and its left to “liberal Chronicle” to do so like I did?


John D. Harden Copyright © Houston Chronicle 2016

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