Gov. Abbott’s Office put out a statement that said, “Our office believes this special session has produced a far better Texas than before.”
In a unanimous decision Tuesday, a three-judge panel in San Antonio ruled that Congressional Districts 27 and 35 violate the U.S. Constituti…
The transportation and road safety bond package, valued at $93.4 million, will include projects mainly in the eastern half of the county.
Texas’ Supreme Court has ruled the school finance system flawed but minimally constitutional.
At dueling press conferences, supporters and opponents appealed to representatives in an attempt to sway lawmakers.
The cuts have taken a toll on Early Childhood Intervention programs, which serve more than 50,000 children in Texas. In 2011, the state had …
State lawmakers are just days away from the end of the special session with a lot of work ahead. But there’s still a push to get action on o…
The bill would require voter approval on property tax increases over a certain percentage in larger Texas cities.
Texas is not the first state to consider banning insurance plans from covering abortions. Ten other states already have this law.
The Senate committee substitute only funded $311 million, Taylor said, instead of the robust sum offered by the House.
The Texas Senate has advanced new limits on local tree ordinances.
Friday’s unanimous House votes send the measures to Gov. Greg Abbott. Their passage drew House floor applause.
U.S. Capitol Police issued a heads-up, saying an “authorized low-altitude aircraft” would enter restricted airspace over the Capitol.
Senate Bill 1 would trigger a vote for property tax rate increases over 6 percent.
House Bill 188 would allow a homeowner to build or remodel under the rules in place when they bought the property for seven years.
SB 4 is scheduled take effect on Sept. 1.
Medicaid is currently reimbursing private ambulance ride charges at around 60 percent, many of the EMS company representatives testified Tue…
Smithee said his bill only requires purchasing supplemental coverage for “elective” abortions, and promotes “economic freedom.”
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick met with House Speaker Joe Straus on Monday, Patrick confirmed in an email.
The U.S. now puts the North Korean arsenal at up to 60 nuclear weapons.