Beginning in September, Texans could face up to 10 years in jail if they torture, kill, poison, or cause a serious bodily injury to an anima…
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Rallies were held across the country Saturday to denounce Sharia law, which organizers say poses a threat to American freedom.
When lawmakers return for a special session in July, they could drag Austin back to its past when it comes to driving with mobile devices.
Texas lawmakers respond to fired FBI Director James Comey’s testimony.
Mothers are dying after they give birth in Texas more than any other place in the industrialized world according to doctors in the state.
The court will decide whether police should have to demonstrate good reason or probable cause to get access to phone records.
Phil Prazan has a 1-on-1 conversation with Rep. Michael McCaul about the biggest threats facing America this summer.
With Texas lawmakers failing to finish their work during the legislation session, Gov. Abbott is expected to call everyone back to work.
The Texas Medical Board, which manages abortion & other major issues, must be reauthorized, but it is being held hostage by state lawmakers.
Senate Bill 5, which would allow someone to vote without a photo ID as long as they sign a certified note, already passed the Texas Senate a…
This was one of the two items Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick demanded the Texas House pass to avoid a special session.
Rep. Geren is a driving force for a bill critics say will save the telecommunication giant AT&T hundreds of millions of dollars while taking…
Most child support advocates believe the system needs a complete overhaul but worry about the details of shifting the work into the private …
The Texas Municipal League says a bill coming up for a vote in the House will cheat local government by hundreds of millions of dollars.
Opponents of the bill say it limits valuable information when doing background checks, but law enforcement will still have access.
Supporters of a statewide ban on texting and driving say they have the votes to pass it through a last major hurdle.
Lawmakers running out of time to nail down a school finance plan. The House passed a $1.6B revamp, but the Senate just shook things up.
A state debate right now: should we send 17-year-old felons to juvenile detention centers rather than state jails as we do now?
Uber and Lyft both have non-discrimination policies that don’t allow discrimination against riders or drivers based on sex or gender identit…
Senate Bill 2 would call for an automatic election at eight percent and allow for taxpayers to petition at around five percent.