Oyez, oyez, oyez. The Court of Public Opinion is hereby called to order. Having thoughtfully (in some cases) considered whether a Northeast Texas county official should be allowed to bring his dog to his courthouse office, the jurors are ready to rule.
Yes, the majority says, Titus County Attorney John Mark Cobern should be allowed to continue to bring Belle, his ailing 16-year-old Dachshund, to work. Today I want to share some of the reader input that hit my inbox.
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