The “variety” is as unique as the breakfast tacos and other quotes of the week

“I don’t get a call when I’m in the store; I don’t get a call from her to tell me that my baby died. -” Tiara Freeman, 23, mother of a 4-year-old who was attacked by dogs at a home in southeast Oak Cliff. Freeman said she left Leah in the care of another woman. (Monday, The Dallas Morning News)

“The diversity of this community – as distinguished as the Bodgas Bronx, the beauty of Miami’s blossoms, and As unique as the breakfast tacos here in San Antonio – It’s your strength. – First Lady Jill Biden, in remarks made at the San Antonio UnidosUS Conference on Monday. I later apologized for the comparison. (Tuesday, The Dallas Morning News)

“this is Tweet as a call to action – And in some cases a call to arms.” – Representative Stephanie Murphy, D-Florida. a Jan 6 panel member, about Donald Trump’s tweet, “Be there, you’ll be wild.” (Tuesday, news agency)

ERCOT Asking to conserve energy From 2 to 8 p.m. today in sweltering heat statewide.” – ERCOT announcement as electricity demand in Texas threatens to outpace grid supply. (Monday, Twitter).

“It was embarrassing to see: People on cell phones, texting, another man holding hand sanitizers.” – Javier Casares, father of Jackie Casares, one of Ovaldi’s victims, after viewing footage released this week from the May 24 shooting. (Wednesday, NBC News)

The only thing worse than having Iran right now is Iran with nuclear weapons.“- President Joe Biden during his first visit to the Middle East since taking office. (Wednesday, news agency)

Russia kills the civilian population every day, Ukrainian children are killed, directs missiles at civilian targets. What is this, if not an open act of terrorism? -“ Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, after a Russian missile attack killed at least 23 people in the city of Vinnytsia. (Thursday, New York Times).

“Delayed or denied care in this scenario creates a Significant risk to the patient’s reproductive ability in the future It poses a serious danger to the patient’s immediate physical health.” The Texas Medical Association, in a letter asking the Texas Medical Council to intervene after it was reported that hospitals had refused to treat patients with pregnancy complications due to the state’s abortion ban. (Thursday, The Dallas Morning News)

“I felt devastated, to know it My daughter’s body was there. I imagined her without air, without being able to breathe, knowing she left the earth. I fantasized about throwing myself at her, and being able to hug her, but I know I can only imagine her now.” — Gloria Quezada, mother of Adela Petulia Ramirez Quesada, one of 51 people who died inside a tractor and trailer near San Antonio last month. (Thursday, Texas Tribune)

Senator Manchin believes it is time for leaders to put political agendas aside. Reassessing the economic reality facing the country and adapting to it To avoid taking steps that add fuel to the blowing fire.” — Sam Runyon, a spokeswoman for US Senator Joe Manchin, DW.Va, who halted negotiations to save President Joe Biden’s agenda. (Thursday, New York Times).

Jayland Walker “was Several highly devastating injuries that would cause death.“- Dr. Lisa Koehler, a medical examiner in Summit County, after filing a report on the death of a 25-year-old black man killed by police fire in Akron, Ohio, last month. (Friday, news agency)

“Circumstances in The housing market erodes more quickly than expected.” – Beige Book for the Dallas-based Federal Reserve’s 11th District, which includes Texas and parts of New Mexico and Louisiana. (Friday, The Dallas Morning News)

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