Polling suggested significant conservative contentment with the results of the 85th Legislature – and thus, little active demand for more legislation.
Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday put blame on the House — particularly Speaker Joe Straus — for the shortcomings of the special session.
With five days left in the special session, legislation finally began reaching Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk on Friday
The final installment of a three-part series details everything you need to know about public school finance in Texas.
The second of a three-part series details everything you need to know about public school finance in Texas.
This is thee first of a three-part series detailing detailing everything you need to know about public school finance in Texas.
The Texas House and Senate are taking different approaches to the governor’s agenda and could be headed for another standoff on the “bathroom bill.”
Amid all the noise in Washington D.C. and in Austin, other legislative decisions of great importance to San Antonio drew far less media attention.
For the third time this year, hundreds of people streamed through the halls of the Capitol and waited in line to testify on the divisive issue that has garnered Texas national attention.
Speaking to the State Affairs committee of the Texas Senate Friday, Mayor Ron Nirenberg gave opposing testimony to legislation known as the “bathroom bill.”