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Rep. Doggett calls on President Biden to withdraw

Having devoted his life to public service, President Biden has achieved much for our country at home and abroad. Stepping up to lead a Nation in crisis, President Biden helped rebuild our country from the devastation of a pandemic, an insurrection, and years of Trump wreckage. Yet, for more than a year, many Americans have indicated dissatisfaction with their choices in this election. President Biden has continued to run substantially behind Democratic senators in key states and in most polls has trailed Donald Trump. I had hoped that the debate would provide some momentum to change that. It did not. Instead of reassuring voters, the President failed to effectively defend his many accomplishments and expose Trump’s many lies.

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Top 10 State Parks listed by Texas Parks and Wildlife

With summer in full swing, Texas’ 89 state parks are expecting an influx of visitors. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department recently released the top 10 parks in terms of visitors. The top 10 in reverse order are, according to the Austin American-Statesman: 10. Ink Lakes State Park, Burnet County 9. Dinosaur Valley State Park, near Glen Rose in Somervell County 8. Brazos Bend State Park, Fort Bend County 7. Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, between Fredericksburg and Llano 6. McKinney Falls State Park, Travis County 5. Ray Roberts State Park Isle du Bois, Denton County 4. Cedar Hill State Park, Dallas County 3. Ray Roberts Lake State Park, Sanger Unit, Denton County 2. Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Armstrong County And the top state park for visitors: Garner State Park, located in Uvalde County, which hosted more than 475,000 visitors in 2023.


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