While no topic for the conference has been set, the announcement comes as Abbott is said to be mulling over a special legislative session in…
The court will decide whether police should have to demonstrate good reason or probable cause to get access to phone records.
“The divisions are pretty deep right now. It remains to be seen how we’ll move forward.”
Austin and San Antonio are joining El Paso County and El Cenizo, Texas in challenging the ban.
The former president says in a statement that Trump’s decision reflects “the absence of American leadership.”
One Afghan family seeking asylum has now been detained since December.
“House Bills 4, 5 and 7 and Senate Bill 11 “will provide meaningful reform to the state’s child welfare system,” the Governor’s Office said
With Texas lawmakers failing to finish their work during the legislation session, Gov. Abbott is expected to call everyone back to work.
Gov. Greg Abbott is scheduled to sign four bills that aim to reform the CPS system into law Wednesday.
A brawl nearly broke out on the floor of the Texas House Monday, the 140th and final day of the session.
Gov. Abbott signed the bill into law during a rare Facebook Live appearance earlier this month.
The bill supersedes Austin’s fingerprinting requirement for ride-hailing companies.
It looked like an overhaul for school finance was dead, but words from Gov. Greg Abbott could resuscitate the deal-making.
The bill is to ensure teachers who have troubled pasts don’t get hired at other school districts after being accused of inappropriate contac…
The new statewide law requires annual background checks, but not fingerprinting.
Senate adjourned around 2:30 a.m. Thursday. House Bill 22 was the final bill discussed.
The report was the budget office’s first analysis of the GOP health care overhaul that the House narrowly approved this month.
The State Senate has until midnight Wednesday to consider all of the bills that have been presented to them this session.
At some Texas schools, students with lunch debt or empty accounts are denied a hot lunch and given a cheese sandwich instead.
Police are already required to submit reports about officer-related deaths, but the bill would impose $10,000 in fines for failure to do so.