Addressing the media, Patrick said, “You’re basing stories built on a totally bogus report.”
Lawyers say it would “unleash chaos again” if they lifted an order temporarily halting President Trump’s ban on refugees from 7 Muslim count…
“All we’re doing is taking more money from the taxpayer and giving it to private industry,” Sen. Burton said.
The uncertainty over how broad the impact will be is also raising concerns about Senate Bill 4.
While the protest was peaceful, troopers did have to step in to take away signs left on the gates of the Mansion.
Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt launched a fundraising account to raise funds for the various programs that will be impacted by the gover…
When asked about the possibilities of ICE going door to door in Central Texas, an immigration attorney says it’s possible but unlikely.
Three lawmakers have filed bills to abolish an incentive program meant to attract television, video game and film productions to the state.
Supporters of the CPS bill say they have to act fast, as more than 100 children died in the state’s care last year.
Hundreds of people signed up to speak out against the bill and after 16 hours, the committee voted to approve the bill.
“Well, they don’t have a choice now. He’s our president,” the Texas native and Austin resident said.
“This is not a political issue, this is a human issue” one faith leader said.
More than 500 people signed up to voice their frustrations with the bill they say is targeting immigrants.
When it comes to the border wall, Paxton said the policy should make sure people who live on the border don’t have their private property ri…
Travis County will not honor an immigration detainer request for a suspect in an Austin sexual assault case, according to online jail record…
If passed, standardized testing would hold less weight on a student’s future, and give districts more choice on the tests they administer.
The day the Travis County Sheriff changed her immigration detainer policy, Gov. Abbott crosses out $1.5 million in future grants.
UT says it will only ask for a waiver if the university considers the position critical, including public safety.
“Together, with the federal government, Texas will not flinch in our resolve to keep our citizens safe,” the governor said.
Tillerson’s ties to Russia and his stand on sanctioning Moscow have been a point of contention.