Officials cited by the newspaper say President Trump’s new chief of staff, John F. Kelly, requested Scaramucci’s removal.
Dukes has until Tuesday to respond.
“Here’s the problem: local governments are spending too much money,” said James Quintero of the Texas Public Policy Foundation. “The gap bet…
Perry, an Air Force veteran, said, “I totally support the president and his decision” to prevent transgender people from serving…”
“I am pleased to inform you that I have just named General/Secretary John F Kelly as White House Chief of Staff. He is a Great American….”
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.
The visit marks the second of three planned meetings between Abbott and mayors from across the state.
The apology came three days after Trump’s speech to nearly 40,000 scouts and adults gathered in West Virginia.
Undocumented students in Austin head back to school facing questions about the future of the DACA program
A new bill passed Wednesday would force women to pay a separate health insurance premium to get coverage for abortions.
With the fate of thousands of active transgender troops now unknown, city leaders in Austin extend an invitation to join the force at APD.
“Never would I have dreamed death,” said Perkins, who watched doctors unsuccessfully scramble to save her daughter.
The protesters say they came to Austin in response to recent threats facing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Even though 18 mayors signed the letter, Abbott only invited mayors from smaller cities to join him in the meeting.
Overnight more than 10 bills were passed by state senators and now go onto the house.
With a Republican majority in the Senate, despite opposition from many Democrats, the bill was able to move forward.
In 2017, in the wake of outrage from families and health care providers, lawmakers restored around 20 percent of those cuts.
Last week, hundreds of people signed up to speak out against Senate Bill 3 and Senate Bill 6 at the Senate Committee on State Affairs.
The Senate has for years backed vouchers only to have them soundly defeated in the House.
The bill extends the state’s Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Task Force until 2023. It was set to expire in 2019.