The Texas pharmacy board changed its guidance so that physicians are no longer required to provide a written diagnosis when prescribing hydroxychloroquine for coronavirus patients.
After Watauga Councilman Scott Prescher resigned over retribution for his opposition to banning citizens from recording city officials, the council filled the vacancy with his opponent—who has a criminal record.
Dallas’ county judge seems to be leading a rebellion of local governments against the Texas governor and his attempt to reopen the state.
A physician treating patients infected with the Chinese coronavirus says she ran into interference from state bureaucrats, causing a Texas state senator to get involved.
With Abbott unwilling to step in, the state’s highest civil court grants release for Shelley Luther.
At a Wednesday morning rally in support of a North Texas businesswoman, grassroots activists and leaders demanded action from the governor.
“If this is justice in Texas, we are certainly doomed to our liberties deteriorating on a downward trend.”
Texas businesswoman who opened her Dallas salon during shelter-in-place orders found guilty of civil and criminal contempt of court despite Abbott’s intervention.
With 2 million Texans now unemployed, data from the Tarrant Appraisal District shows—with few exceptions—more growth overall in homeowners’ average 2019 property tax bills from school districts, despite the passage of tax reform.
City council voted 7-2 to amend their orders to follow Gov. Abbott’s, while Tarrant County commissioners chose to let their own orders expire on April 30.