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    The Texas State Of Texas

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    In the state of Texas, each county is governed by five-member Commissioners Courts, which consists of a County Judge and four Commissioners. The County Judge has no veto authority over the decisions of the Court; they have one vote along with the other Commissioners. Generally in smaller counties, the County Judge also performs judicial functions, while in larger counties their role is limited to the Court system. Elections are based on the political parties, such as Democrat, Republican, Independent

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    above, Texas’ overall population has been comparatively higher than that of the United States population since the year 1970. Even during the year 1990, when Texas had faced a major oil and real estate decline the state of Texas and was still able to come out on top with a gain of nearly 3.9 million citizens (chart site). When looking deeper into the population of Texas one may question what keeps Texas’ population from decreasing and only two things are to blame. That is that the state of Texas has

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    The Republic Of Texas From March 2, 1836 to February 19, 1846, Texas as its own independent country in North America. Those who resided in this independent country were referred to as Texians. Texas declared its independence from Mexico in 1836 during the Texas revolution which ended on April 21 of that same exact year. However, Mexico did not want to give the Republic of Texas its independence which resulted in conflicts between that of Texas and Mexico that went on into the 1840s. As a result

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    Austin, Texas, otherwise known as the capital of Texas in the United States, is an urbanized city with many individual characteristics of its own. Austin is known for its night life, wide-range diversity, and the University of Texas at Austin. The population has continued to grow as the city continues to urbanize. According to the United States Census Bureau from 2010 to 2013 alone, Austin’s population has increased by 12%, which is the highest out of the top 25 largest cities in America (Weissmann)

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    State Political History The state of Texas has a long and complicated political history. Texas is very unique in the aspect that it is the only state in the U.S to have once been its own country. This in turn makes the political history of the state of Texas very unique and interesting. In recent years the political stage in Texas has become the hot topic of not only the state, but the entire country. Gregg Abbot is the current governed of Texas, and the first of which to use a wheelchair since

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    Dallas is one of the largest and most developed cities in the state of Texas in the United States. Dallas is the 4th largest city in the United States because of its downtown location, and is also the city with the world 's largest airport. Dallas, the largest city after Houston and San Antonio, is also one of the top ten cities in the United States. The city is located in the middle of a desert and is literally revived. Dallas, a Texas state, deserves more attention with its dynamic cityscape, recent

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    Myth In Texas

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    provides a useful advantage point from which to think about Texas' role in the United States. With the economy being the 12th largest economy compared to any other country in the world, could Texas go it alone? Should Texas go at it alone? While we could, it will be detrimental, even though Texas is the second largest state of the fifty states in this country. Geographically it is located in the south central part of the country. Texas also shares the border with Mexican States to the west; it

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    The State of Texas

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    The state of Texas may have experienced a great deal of short comings in the pass, but Texas continues to flourish. Over the years many true leaders have without a doubt change Texas Government in different ways. One of the most important people to impact Texas government was known for her big heart and humorist personality. A real die heart Texan with devotion and goals to build a new Texas. For instance, establishing opportunities for women and minorities, reformations and increasing school funding

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    Texas Geography

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    The geography of Texas is hugely varied, from beaches to mountains. You can break Texas down into four main regions, divided by rivers, escarpments and other natural features. Texas has all the locations you might need: forests, cliffs, mountainous desert that could pass for Mars, NASA's Johnson Space Center and even a coastline. The Lone Star state is often divided into four regions: the Gulf Coastal Plains, the Interior Lowlands, also called the North Central Plains, the Great Plains and the Basin

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    Texas Biomes

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    environmental regions. For this paper we are focusing on the six different biomes structures we have in the state of Texas. The first biome I am going to discuss is the Central Prairies and Woodlands biome. This biome is located in the middle of biome 2 and 3 covering all of the coastal area from the Gulf of Mexico. The precipitation gradient in this area is the highest in the state of Texas. Averaging from 75-115 cm/yr. this concludes that it’s a high precipitation area which means that the land in that

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