Appellate judges on Monday ruled that parts of the State’s immigration-enforcement legislation can go into effect while the case plays out on appeal.
Immigrants’ rights supporters arrived at Milam Park on Friday afternoon to march in protest against the provisions of SB 4 and possible changes to DACA.
At issue is a controversial accounting maneuver intended by the Senate to free up $2.5 billion by strategically delaying a payment to the state’s highway fund.
In a lawsuit filed Tuesday, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton accuses U.S. agencies of failing to license a nuclear waste repository in Nevada.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt withdrew a previous request to 15,000 oil and gas companies for information on methane releases from their onshore operations.
House Speaker Joe Straus told the Texas Association of Business that the “bathroom bill” was not his most urgent concern for the 85th Legislative Session.
Texas has the highest sulfur dioxide emissions from power plants in the country.
Attn. Gen. Ken Paxton has come to the defense of a Christmas-themed Peanuts poster at a Texas public school in Killeen.
A new legal filing has put Texas leaders in a delicate position of conceding problems in foster care but arguing against a federal judge’s proposed reforms.
Paxton, who is also fighting similar criminal charges at the state level, is accused of misleading investors in a company years ago.