A mortgage expert said up to four out of five homes damaged by flooding was “not in a special flood hazard area and therefore those homes we…
Abbott told reporters the state is requesting funding for roads, public assistance buildings such as schools and courthouses.
Proposition 6 has wording that the tax relief only applies “if the surviving spouse has not remarried since the death of the first responder…
Children’s advocacy groups say more support is needed to help children with items such as speech therapy and physical therapy.
“Any time you have switches between companies, you’re going to have this transition period where there’s going to be problems.”
Straus, R- San Antonio, says a thoughtful, moderate Republican will be voted as next speaker.
“It’s like ALS in babies,” Khrystal Davis said. “It robs the ability to move, to swallow and ultimately breathe.”
State Rep. Eric Johnson called for the removal of a plaque on the first floor of the State Capitol, titled Children of the Confederacy Creed…
“This is the latest example of how Texans respond to a challenge,” Governor Greg Abbott said prior to tip-off.
There have been 131 babies surrendered under Texas’ Safe Haven or Baby Moses law since the state started tracking them.
He has served for eight terms.
Straus, R-San Antonio, ran for the Texas House in 2005 and has been serving as the House speaker since January 2009.
Sen. Larry Taylor, R-Friendswood, said the federal government provided New Orleans with $15 billion for after Hurricane Katrina.
Early voting is underway for this year’s constitutional amendment election. The ballot also includes bond measures for many school districts…
“Back in 2013 when I was first elected, Texas was one of 12 states left that had not raised the age.” Texas is now one of 5 states.
Sessions has supervised several reversals of the previous administration’s policy related to LGBT protections and immigration.
A middle school teacher said urging kids to consider their college and adult-life planning at an early age is important.
Several superintendents asked lawmakers to seek ways where districts won’t have to face additional costs to get back on track.
“Quite frankly, to me, this is kind of a no-brainer in terms of the gift that this is for the city and city taxpayers,” State Rep. Donna How…
Students in Texas public schools are still feeling the impact from budget cuts made during the great recession.