If passed, the bill would take effect Sept. 1, 2017.
A Senate bill formed to curb the growth in local property taxes would make some decisions by city councils more difficult to implement.
Nonpartisan analysts project that 14 million people would lose coverage next year under the House bill dismantling former President Barack O…
When it comes to issues related to health, state Rep. Jessica Farrar says that men should have to undergo the same “unnecessary” and “invasi…
A recent poll shows that 83 percent of Texans support medical marijuana.
In the past, the group has lobbied on issues such as community schools, funding for public education and affordable healthcare.
Former Vice President Joe Biden announced his plans to create the Biden Cancer Initiative at SXSW in Austin Sunday.
Springing forward for daylight saving time makes a lot of people unhappy, including some state lawmakers.
Shaffer asked lawmakers to pass HB 62 in remembrance of his wife and daughter. “At the end of the day we have to deal with this loss.”
Some lawmakers have concerns over unknown costs, while others don’t think it will make it to a full vote.
Saying the order will harm its Muslim population, tourism and foreign students.
“I know that if we are able to save the life of a woman, we save a community, we save a family,” Rep. Thompson said.
A bill making divorce much more difficult is moving its way through the Texas Legislature.
Bastrop Police and the Bastrop Senior Center will hold a joint news conference Wednesday afternoon where we expect to learn more information…
The bill would “dramatically increase health care costs for Americans aged 50-64” and put the health care of millions at risk.
The City of Round Rock got rid of their red light cameras in 2015 and saw an increase in crashes one year later.
A passionate group of people against the issue voiced their concerns for the transgender community if the bill passes.
Hundreds of people showed up to speak out on Senate Bill 6 at the state capitol.
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.
Lawmakers, industry groups and environmentalists say the administration has signaled it plans to take this step.