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Friday Roundup Podcast: 04/03/2020
Texas Scorecard Managing Editor Brandon Waltens recaps the week that was on TexasScorecard.com!

This week Robert Montoya from the Metroplex Bureau discusses how businesses are coping with the shutdowns and the struggles they face to simply stay afloat.

Austin Bureau Chief Jacob Asmussen brings us tales of good and evil. Jacob describes some of the great things people across the state are doing to help their communities in these rough times. Unfortunately, as is too often the case, while normal everyday citizens are playing the role of heroes some elected officials are using this crisis to reaffirm their own personal villainy.

Brandon concludes the show with this week’s “Heroes and Halfwit” with a special shoutout to a couple near and dear to all of us here at TexasScorecard.com!


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