Texas Observer reverses plan to shut down and lay off staff


The board of the nonprofit owner of The Texas Observer voted on Wednesday to rescind plans to lay off the staff of the small magazine, a bastion of liberal opinion and investigative journalism in a red state, the board president said.

The announcement came one day after The Observer reported that the Texas Democracy Foundation, the nonprofit publisher of the magazine and website, had told staff this week that it planned to stop publication on Friday after 68 years.

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