The study found the 10 most fiscally solvent states are solidly Republican, but Texas is far behind them.
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Castro’s order is aimed at protecting undocumented immigrants, women’s healthcare, and Texans vulnerable to threats posed by guns.
The same House Democrat who Speaker Dennis Bonnen recently lauded as a worthy successor has not backed down from accusations that Bonnen and other Republicans are racists.
With a historic $10 billion surplus, the Texas Legislature has the ability to preserve a teacher pay raise and reduce school property tax bills—if they choose to.
State Rep. Jeff Leach continues to spread false claims about the “Robin Hood” tax relief House Bill 3 would deliver to his constituents.
While House Bill 3 would prevent recapture from increasing, it would not “reduce recapture 38 percent” from current levels.
Denton County activist passes away.
Why would the Senate propose a tax relief plan that proponents previously admitted would not provide permanent savings to homeowners?
State Rep. Matt Krause of Fort Worth has coauthored the House’s spend-heavy proposal but says its tax relief impact would “not [be] substantial on the whole.”
The president’s chief of staff said billions in existing federal funding could be “reprogrammed” to pay for expansion of barriers protecting the border.