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Frank Reilly
Works at Potts & Reilly, LLP
Attended University of Texas at Austin
Lives in Granite Shoals, TX & Austin, TX
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Try some Texas History fun...
Do you know who coined the notorious battle cry, “Remember the Alamo!” or which Texan first dared Santa Anna’s Mexican army to “Come and Take it?” If so, then you just might have what it takes to win the first ever Virtual Race Across Texas.
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@Nate_Cohn of @NYTimes explains why TX will remain blue: too many southerners moving to TX.  http://ow.ly/Amjdc 
Some Southern states are becoming more Democratic-leaning as new arrivals from the North move in. But this is not true in every state.
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Here's a short guest essay that I wrote about Lincoln's Speech on the Kansas Nebraska Act for Constituting America. Lincoln's passion for freedom, as enshrined in the Constitution and Declaration of Independence shines through his speech in which he publicly denounces slavery.
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A look at how authors are using social media and visuals to connect with fans, build online communities and rethink the creative process.
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This month's luncheon speaker is Gary Farmer, president of Heritage Title of Austin.  Join us on Tuesday, June 3 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Green Pastures Restaurant in Austin.  RSVP at http://www.austinrepublican.org/monthly_luncheon.htm.
Lunches for members and first time guests are $25.00 per Members, and $30.00 for Mon-Members. Monthly Luncheon. Member $25.00 USD, Non-Member $30.00 USD, Annual Pass $240.00 USD. About Us · Chuck DeVore · Join the Club · Contribute Now · Contact Us · Monthly Luncheon ...
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80 years ago today the states ratified the XXI Amendment to the US Constitution, repealing Prohibition. Here's a short essay I wrote a while back on the topic. http://tinyurl.com/ksy6s7q
Amendment XXI, Section 2: Section 2: The transportation or importation into any State, Territory, or possession of the United States for delivery or use ther
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Happy Constitution Day! I've retired my worn, dog-eared vest pocket edition and replaced it with an electronic version for my smart phone. It's still, as Justice Thomas notes, rather inanimate, but is a beautiful document.
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Affirmative Action Lives on...
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http://tinyurl.com/c2z5jo3

He is an immoral, manipulative liar who doesn’t deserve a second more of anybody’s time.

So don’t waste it by watching him Thursday. Don’t continue to feed his insufferable ego. Don’t give him the satisfaction.

Let him be what he has become:

Unimportant and worthless.
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He may be all of that, but peopleare too fixated on sports.
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Work
Occupation
Lawyer
Employment
  • Potts & Reilly, LLP
    Lawyer, 1993 - present
  • Texas House of Representatives
    Legislative Assistant, 1983 - 1990
  • Reilly Real Estate
    Broker Associate, 1979 - 1990
  • Godwin & Carlton
    Associate Attorney, 1992 - 1993
  • Davidson, Troilo & Booth
    Associate Attorney, 1991 - 1992
  • Booth & Newsom
    Associate Attorney, 1990 - 1991
  • Austin Community College
    Faculty, 1986 - 1990
  • University of North Texas
    Adjunct Faculty, 1981 - 1981
Places
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Currently
Granite Shoals, TX & Austin, TX
Previously
Granite Shoals, Marble Falls, Rocksprings & San Antonio, TX - Granite Shoals, TX - San Antonio, TX - Houston, TX - Denton, TX - Rocksprings, TX - Austin, TX - Marble Falls, TX
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Introduction
Noted as an "expert in Texas taking law" by the Wall Street Journal (October 6, 1999, T1), Mr. Reilly has a keen interest in property rights and environmental issues. Mr. Reilly represents clients concerning property rights, constitutional, environmental, water and other natural resource issues. He provides legislative and governmental relations services, including drafting legislation and direct representation before the Texas Legislature and state and federal agencies.  Further, he represents various clients concerning lobby, campaign, and ethics laws. He also advises and assists clients on real estate, general business and non-profit organization matters.  He has served as the acting staff attorney for the Trinity River Authority of Texas and served as the  Mayor of Granite Shoals, Texas from 2005 to 2011, twice winning re-election.
Education
  • University of Texas at Austin
    BBA - Finance & Real Estate, 1978 - 1981
  • University of North Texas
    MBA - Real Estate Analysis, 1981 - 1982
  • University of Houston
    JD - Law, 1987 - 1990
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Male
Other names
Frank M. Reilly, Frank Michael Reilly