The five bills include Senate Bill 21, “Convention of States,” which calls for limits to the power of the federal government.
Approved Texas health agencies shifting funds around so the state can immediately hire new workers and pay raises.
It will ensure more than 33,000 contracts — totaling $91 billion — are only worked by United States citizens.
In August, a judge ruled in favor of three Texas breweries hat teamed up to sue the state over a 2013 law that made it illegal for breweries…
State lawmakers have spent more than $1.6 billion to add DPS Troopers along the border with the goal of stopping human smuggling and drug sm…
State leaders say they want to pump more resources into the struggling child welfare system but negotiations over who gets paid what have st…
Lawmakers will soon hear testimony on how CPS is failing abused and neglected children and what can be done to fix the department.
Texas GOP lawmakers already have an idea of how they want to change our state.
David’s Law hopes to prevent and combat bullying in schools through several measures.
For many people, the focus is on President-elect Trump’s transition to power.
On this week’s State of Texas: In-Depth, we look closer at issues facing state lawmakers beyond election day.
Experts charged with recommending fixes to Texas’ child welfare program advise the state to invest more and get back to basics.
Half of foster parents nationwide quit after the first year, 75 percent by the second year.
The Department of Family and Protective Services is asking for an extra $500 million to hire more than 800 new employees.
The combination of two deeply unpopular candidates topping the ballot and an uncomfortably harsh tone of the campaign has some voters lookin…
In the outlined plan, 166 of the total 550 new employees will be assigned to Travis County (Region 7).
Key lawmakers are making plans to overhaul your child’s school during the next legislative session.
State lawmakers are proposing to cut the budget for several state agencies by 4%.
Officials acknowledge the department’s budgetary constraints as well as the shortage of CPS workers, but the letter says the agency still ne…
Chief Acevedo and DPS Director McCraw agreed to provide information on how to complain about an officer on citations.