The celebration in front of the capitol was in protest of the anti-sanctuary cities law.
Many expect the Texas House to not move as fast. Leaders there are in no rush to get to the other 19, more controversial items.
Things in the state House stayed orderly Tuesday.
The One Texas Resistance group says they want to let lawmakers know that current legislation is “discriminatory.”
Gov. Greg Abbott has formally called state lawmakers into a special legislative session starting today — directing them to approve oversight…
IBM is among the major companies pushing back against bathroom bill.
Ashley Smith’s social media post stating her and Abbott are #bathroombuddy is going viral.
The Republican-controlled Legislature is heading into a special session prepared to revive a bill requiring transgender people to use public…
Gov. Abbott added issues that divided lawmakers during the regular session to the call, including the bathroom bill and school choice legisl…
Gov. Greg Abbott put giving Texas teachers a $1,000 pay raise on the agenda for the upcoming special session.
Despite the sticker shock some Texans expect on their electric bills each month, electricity costs over a recent 10-year period are down.
The Governor is turning to social media to advance his agenda; rallying support of the public and persuading members to tow the party line.
By 5 p.m. Monday, lawmakers had already filed 83 bills.
Mexican-American legal teams accused state lawmakers of discrimination against minority Texans as they drew legislative maps to favor Republ…
From June 30 through July 4, game wardens issued 1,854 citations, and issued 1,610 warnings, the report revealed.
He looks as his ideas as a compromise plan after Senate leaders struggled to pass an earlier version of their plan.
Cruz’s town halls bring conversation about health care for veterans to McKinney on Wednesday, Austin on Thursday and Houston on Saturday.
Many veterans post signs in their yards as a warning to neighbors about their sensitivities.
Dukes was indicted on corruption, abuse of official capacity and tampering with governmental records charges.
Currently, there are two federal courts holding hearings regarding SB4.