It’s been 14 years since lawmakers had a direct say over how much universities could charge for tuition. That could change this year.
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‘What we have in place, is not working,” said Rep. Huberty.
Thousands of sexual assault victims waiting for answers and some Texas lawmakers want to arm them with more information on their cases.
This Tuesday, key lawmakers will take up SB 3 — one of the most far-reaching and controversial “school choice” reform bills in the country.
Millions of dollars are at stake for Travis County if lawmakers in the Texas House passes the sanctuary ban.
State lawmakers want the city to change in the name of economic liberty.
A Senate bill formed to curb the growth in local property taxes would make some decisions by city councils more difficult to implement.
Former Vice President Joe Biden announced his plans to create the Biden Cancer Initiative at SXSW in Austin Sunday.
A bill making divorce much more difficult is moving its way through the Texas Legislature.
For the first time in decades, lawmakers try to revamp the way they pay for your school – without a threat from the Texas Supreme Court.
A coalition of several groups called “Cover Texas Now” rallied against several new ideas for healthcare.
The grassroots Tea Party helped propel many Republicans into office. A new left-leaning group is borrowing from their playbook.
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Select Texas lawmakers called critics of state school funding structures to the capitol along with experts with possible solutions.
Around 260,000 Texans use TRS-Care for healthcare and it’s running out of money.
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The most common impact would be changing a united family to a single-parent family.
Business leaders fear a border wall would lead the administration to tear up the North American Free Trade Agreement.
One woman says her husband is already being held by ICE and if she is picked up, her six children won’t have either parent.
They packed onto border patrol boats as they spanned the river, touring checkpoints and international bridges.