The new law doesn’t actually let state inspectors respond until after three complaints regarding skimmers. It also caps the fine the departm…
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The statues won’t be on display at the Dolph Briscoe Center.
State Rep. Eric Johnson, D-Dallas, asked the chair to take down the 1959 plaque from the Children of the Confederacy.
Fearing business backlash and heeding advice from law enforcement, the bill never came through the procedural process for a vote in the Hous…
In 2016, Austin ISD had seven schools that were classified as “need improvement” but this year, they only have four.
The state gives charters schools money for each child, but tax dollars have never been used to pay for buildings.
The cuts have taken a toll on Early Childhood Intervention programs, which serve more than 50,000 children in Texas. In 2011, the state had …
Texas is not the first state to consider banning insurance plans from covering abortions. Ten other states already have this law.
House Bill 188 would allow a homeowner to build or remodel under the rules in place when they bought the property for seven years.
“Quite candidly, at this point I don’t know what a hearing would add when we already had hearings,” said Rep. Cook.
As a judge weighs whether Greg Kelly will get a new trial, a new state law will take effect in September that aims to help get convictions r…
House Bill 21 would give school districts 10 percent more money for students with dyslexia.
Local civil rights groups are worried that could crack down on UT’s policy of using race as a factor in choosing students, through the contr…
According to state analysts the bill would require the average teacher pay in each school district to be more than $51,000 a year by 2021.
Currently, only 20 lawmakers have signed on to support a bill for school choice.
Dukes has until Tuesday to respond.
Texas lawmakers want to limit how much cities and counties can spend while in Austin the mayor says it could hamper the city’s efforts.
With the fate of thousands of active transgender troops now unknown, city leaders in Austin extend an invitation to join the force at APD.
In 2017, in the wake of outrage from families and health care providers, lawmakers restored around 20 percent of those cuts.