Paper Seeks Records On Ex-Austin Officers

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A Texas court will consider next week whether the city of Austin is required under state open-records law to release a year's worth of Austin Police Department time sheets and off-duty contract logs for two former officers who the city says are under investigation. The officers, who resigned this year, are employed with a private firm specializing in "homeland security" training. The Austin Chronicle, which is seeking the records, reports that questions have arisen about the . . .

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