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.
Paul Manafort proposed in a confidential strategy plan as early as June 2005 that he would influence politics, business dealings and news co…
It includes more health care providers in the mediation process along with freestanding emergency rooms.
The first half of the bill proposes an education savings account program.
‘What we have in place, is not working,” said Rep. Huberty.
Legislators were asked to support funding requests for more than $60 million for programs and shelters.
A vote on Senate Bill 3, the far-reaching ‘school choice’ reform, could come Tuesday after the public has an opportunity to make their opini…
A new bill proposes to require insurance companies to pay for 3D mammograms.
It’s a bill a North Texas father says he stands behind, after he left his son inside a hot car.
Currently, Texas has one of the highest fees for a gun license in the country.
The medicine is used to treat life-threatening allergic reactions.
Thousands of sexual assault victims waiting for answers and some Texas lawmakers want to arm them with more information on their cases.
Tony Dale’s House Bill 218 would prevent school districts from keeping disciplinary investigations outside of personnel files.
Gov. Greg Abbott promised to put an end to sanctuary policies “that put the lives of our citizens at risk.”
Rep. Gene Wu, D-Houston has two bills up for a public hearing Monday morning.
This Tuesday, key lawmakers will take up SB 3 — one of the most far-reaching and controversial “school choice” reform bills in the country.
The minimum wage in Texas is sitting at $7.25 per hour, which is also the minimum allowed by the federal government.