Opponents argue the bill will discourage abortions by making them more expensive.
Democratic Rep. Beto O’Rourke says he is planning a campaign announcement Friday.
The latest step to curb “civil asset forfeiture” will play out in a Texas House subcommittee Wednesday.
CPS turnover has been notoriously high one investigator says pay raises and additional staff has made a big difference.
To make up for the larger budget even with less revenue coming in, state lawmakers are looking to the state highway fund.
The Judge Julie Kocurek Judicial and Courthouse Security Act requires security plans and training in each federal, state and local courtroom…
State Rep. Dale said under current law, publishing explicit photos or videos is illegal, but blackmailing or threatening a child is not.
The bill, if approved, would reduce the first-time and renewal fee to $40 each.
Trump initially focused his blame on Democrats for the failure and predicted a dire future for the current law.
This week, the Texas legislature continues work on several key mental health bills, one encouraging schools to offer mental health services …
Texas lawmakers gave away the power to set tuition rates more then a decade ago… this year, some lawmakers want that power back.
A plan to increase funding for Pre-Kindergarten programs in Texas is in jeopardy. Budget plans from the Texas Senate cut funds from a grant …
The group claims that schools in the state are underfunded, children are over-tested and struggling schools are punished, instead of support…
House Bill 435 would also protect first responders from lawsuits if they fire a gun while on duty.
Charter Communications is opening a new call center in McAllen and hiring 600 workers there.
The program, established in 2015, gives $118 million a year to Texas school districts for Pre-K.
In a count by The Associated Press, at least 26 Republicans said they opposed the bill, enough to narrowly defeat the measure.
It is House versus Senate at the State Capitol, in a debate over how to fill the budget gap, with road money or the Rainy Day Fund.
Texans like Democratic Congressman Lloyd Doggett from Austin said the bill will leave millions of people uninsured.
It’s been 14 years since lawmakers had a direct say over how much universities could charge for tuition. That could change this year.