FROMKRISTINA: A 75-year anniversary is a big one to celebrate and even bigger when it is the Texas Medical Center, which was ocially formed in 1945. While we all ght COVID-19, it is important to continue supporting local businesses. Kristina Shackelford, ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER
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FROMMATT: We return to matters of police reform, a ashpoint this summer that we will spend the next few months unpacking, as 83% of Houstonians have signaled support for some changes. Matt Dulin, SENIOR EDITOR
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