The Midlothian Chamber of Commerce hosted a forum for MISD Board of Trustee candidates September 28, 2020. All candidates running for the same position were invited to participate in the forum. All candidates were asked the same questions and given equal time to answer. Additional questions submitted by live viewers were presented if time allotted.…

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Article Highlights: October 15 extended due date for filing federal individual tax returns for 2019. Late-filing penalty. Interest on tax due. Other October 15 deadlines. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic emergency, the IRS postponed the original due date for filing 2019 returns to July 15, 2020. If you could not complete your 2019 tax return…

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2020 Legislative Series: Senator Ted Cruz Legislative Affairs Committee Chair, Ross Weaver mediates a Q & A Session with US Senator Ted Cruz. Q:  Should Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac be applying an Adverse Market Refinance Fee at a time when economic vibrancy is at risk? Senator Cruz has taken a stance to ease credit…

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2020 Legislative Series: State Rep. John Wray and Candidate Jake Ellzey State Representative John Wray thanks the community for their support and Candidate Jake Ellzey reviews his priorities and hopes for the future State Legislature. Republican Candidate Jake Ellzey assured Ellis County citizens that his priorities are steadfast in uncertain times. He placed emphasis on…

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2020 Legislative Series: Congressman Ron Wright US Congressman Ron Wright gave an update on decisions made and being made this year in Congress. COVID 19 The Congressman started with his reports and comments of the COVID 19 pandemic and stated: “Never again can the United States of America put itself in a position to rely…

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2020 Legislative Series: County Judge Todd Little Ellis County Judge Todd Little gives the 2020 Ellis County Update. Judge Little reports on the county’s response to COVID and the bright future Ellis County is looking forward to. Ellis County Judge Todd Little gave an update from Ellis County and discussed what we can look forward…

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