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Women Have Special Needs
Joined on 3/18/2002
Women Have Special Needs caters to the special needs of women recovering from mastectomy or who are undergoing chemotherapy. Offering online shopping.

Website: womenwithcancer.net
Phone: 866-892-3514
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Article By: Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
Posted: 9/24/2014
Views: 106  Impressions: 4959
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Governor by Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
This November, Texas voters will elect someone new to most of the state-wide offices: the Office of the Governor; Lieutenant Governor, Comptroller, Agriculture Commissioner, Land Commissioner, and Railroad Commissioner. Over the next several weeks, I will talk about the duties and powers of each office, and how the office effects the lives of Texans.
The Office of the Governor is the executive branch of the state government. While the governor cannot introduce legislation for . . .
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Article By: Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
Posted: 9/19/2014
Views: 122  Impressions: 8129
Categories: Politics

Lieutenant Governor by Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
This November, Texas voters will elect someone new to most of the state-wide offices: the Office of the Governor; Lieutenant Governor, Comptroller, Agriculture Commissioner, Land Commissioner, and Railroad Commissioner. Over the next several weeks, I will talk about the duties and powers of each office, and how the office effects the lives of Texans.
The Lieutenant Governor is the presiding officer of the Senate and is elected by a statewide popular vote. The office . . .
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Article By: Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
Posted: 9/15/2014
Views: 152  Impressions: 9268
Categories: Politics

Comptroller of Public Accounts by Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
This November, Texas voters will elect someone new to most of the state-wide offices: the Office of the Governor; Lieutenant Governor, Comptroller, Agriculture Commissioner, Land Commissioner, and Railroad Commissioner. Over the next several weeks, I will talk about the duties and powers of each office, and how the office effects the lives of Texans.
The Comptroller of Public Accounts (Comptroller) serves as the state's chief accounting officer and tax collector. Each biennium, the Comptroller estimates . . .
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