On Friday morning, the Supreme Court overturned lower court decisions that purported to enjoin judges and clerks from docketing cases filed under the Texas Heartbeat Act, leaving the core of the act intact.
In a statement on Tuesday, Democrat candidate for Lt. Governor Matthew Dowd withdrew from the race for the sake of “diversity.”
Late yesterday, the appellate court overturned the “erroneous” ruling of a lower judge in Austin.
Comments previously made by the Academy Award-winning actor led many to believe that he would throw his hat in the ring for the governorship.
Although numerous media outlets speculated the Court would issue a decision regarding the controversial Texas law on Monday, they did not.
Candidates and elected officials across the state of Texas applaud as Kenosha jury finds Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on all criminal charges.
The South Texas environmental activist previously ran as a Republican for Texas House, but he has switched his party affiliation to run on “climate change.”
Cody Grace, a Democrat candidate for Texas House District 6, defended pornography in Tyler ISD while calling concerned parents “extremist.”
Texas GOP Chairman Matt Rinaldi argues against “adopting the left’s issues and putting a ‘conservative’ twist on them.”
Students who did not get tested by September 10 are now being placed on “conduct probation” pending further sanctions by the university.