Bulldog Investigations Draw Attention

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While we’ve been out pursuing other investigations, the regional press has been following and building on our work.

The latest recognition comes courtesy of The Austin Chronicle. Check out the May 28 Chronicle cover story, “Environmental Cage Match” by Katherine Gregor.

Gregor cites our article by Gregory M. Schwartz several times in the course of her piece. published when we launched The Austin Bulldog on April 1, “Who Protects the Texas Environment? Hint: It Isn’t the State Agency That’s Supposed To.”

My own investigation, “Georgetown City Council Member’s Pay Violates Texas Constitution,” published May 4, was followed up by the hometown newspaper in Georgetown, the Williamson County Sun on May 12. That story was also republished in a couple of popular blogs in that area, Eye on Williamson and OldTowners.com.

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