Chief Justice Nathan Hecht called on lawmakers to consider changing Texas to a system of merit selection and retention elections.
At a closed-door meeting with Republican donors, President Donald Trump’s budget chief said likability “still counts,” The New York Times reported Saturday.
Republican Gov. Greg Abbott hosted his first of three roundtable discussions on gun violence at the Capitol Tuesday.
In December, the House updated its sexual harassment policy after reports put a spotlight on widespread misconduct.
Interviews with current and former lawmakers and legislative aides indicate sexual harassment regularly goes unchecked at the Texas Capitol.
Judge Elsa Alcala said the main reason she won’t run is because of the “random and unreliable” results from partisan judicial elections.
A fundamental truth underlies the nation’s collective failure to stop illegal immigration and smuggling over the southern border: The United States demands the cheap labor and drugs.
The U.S. Supreme Court appeared fairly split among party lines in Texas’ latest death penalty case, which focuses on how to define intellectual disability among death row inmates.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments regarding intellectual disability and executions in Moore v. Texas.
In Texas, about 7 percent of adults cast ballots in the Democratic primary and 14 percent of adults cast ballots in the Republican primary, according to records compiled by the United States Election Project