Monday, December 18, 2006

House Corrections interim report is massive, but available

Okay, the Texas House Corrections Committee interim report (pdf) is 150 friggin' pages long and jam packed with information, so it's going to take me a little time to bust it down into manageable chunks, probably in several blog posts over the next week or so. (The Tyler Morning Telegraph offered initial coverage, as well as the Back Gate blog.) Until then I at least wanted to get the link out there in case others were interested in viewing the document.

In the meantime, don't forget to check out Grits' coverage of other recent Texas House interim committee reports on on criminal justice topics, see:
and from the Texas House Law Enforcement Committe:
Finally, the House Judiciary Committee has not yet completed its interim report, but I recently wrote up a segment of testimony taken by the committee on their "interim charge" related to whether Texas needs a journalist shield law, see:
More soon - I'm going to try to systematically work my way through the highlights in all these reports over the next week or two.

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