A group of five residents, some religious and political activists, are suing the City of San Antonio under the “Save Chick-fil-A” law.
The orders focus on strengthening law enforcement’s ability to respond and prevent future shootings, largely through improving reporting channels.
Abbott seeks to navigate between an increasingly influential gun control movement and those in his own party who demand that he hold the line on gun rights.
Commentary: Gov. Greg Abbott’s badly timed fundraising letter wasn’t aimed at the big-money donors who understand that the Texas economy depends on immigration.
The building was named for Garlington Jerome Sutton, the first black official from San Antonio elected to the Texas House of Representatives.
Gov. Greg Abbott named Ruth Ruggero Hughs, who chairs the Texas Workforce Commission, as secretary of state, replacing David Whitley.
Commentary: Following the latest mass shooting, Dan Patrick, John Cornyn, and Greg Abbott want to talk about anything but guns.
Gov. Greg Abbott vowed to help defeat Democrats, including U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, at state and federal levels in 2020 election.
Election security was top of mind as Texas’ county election administrators met in Austin, but the top state election official’s job remains vacant.
Republican leaders sent a letter Thursday to Texas district and county attorneys, emphasizing that a new hemp law does not decriminalize marijuana.