The bill cracking down on so-called sanctuary cities moved quickly through the Texas Senate. But, the pace could slow as it reaches the Hous…
The handwritten letters on issues such as sanctuary cities and more are set to arrive in Abbott’s office on Valentine’s Day.
Our analysis of DPS arrests in border regions showed that of the more than 32,000 arrests made since June 2014, only six percent of the arre…
They say legislation like the bathroom bill is “immoral and against the values of love, respect and inclusion.”
In a tight budget session, lawmakers seem willing to increase mental health services by millions of dollars.
During the fiscal year 2015 to 2016, the TEA reported 222 cases of alleged inappropriate relationships.
Jail overcrowding is often a result of someone waiting for a mental health bed. Proposal could help alleviate overcrowding.
The bill will now move to the Texas House Committee.
The bill would cut funding for any agencies that do not cooperate with federal immigration officers.
The funds raised will benefit the Travis County court programs that were funded by the grants that Gov. Greg Abbott cut last week.
Addressing the media, Patrick said, “You’re basing stories built on a totally bogus report.”
“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.
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.
“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.