The Texas AFL-CIO, which spends some energy complaining about how bad some stuff is in Texas, is checking on whether it’s time to cash in on the state’s real-estate market.
“Available,” says a big sign on the labor organization’s longtime headquarters at the northwest corner of Lavaca and 11th streets.
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