Legislation that would allow Texans to vote on whether cities can annex areas outside of their limits got one step closer to Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk Friday.
The measure would allow citizens targeted by annexation to vote on city proposals. A similar bill died in the final moments of regular session debate.
Texas revolutionaries and Mexican soldiers may not have buried the hatchet after the Battle of the Alamo, but somehow, they buried a sword.
For someone who has followed the 2016 presidential race since its earliest days, the concept of an undecided voter might be hard to fathom.
Caught between the anti-globalist tirades of their presidential standard bearer and their state’s close trade ties with Mexico, Texas congressional Republicans are straddling a tricky political line when it comes to talk of renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement.
When it became legal six months ago for properly licensed Texans to openly carry handguns, anti-gun activists and Second Amendment backers were sharply divided over what to expect.