Advocates are skeptical about claims it would be the “largest property tax cut ever in Texas history.”
Texas Senate Hears Testimony on Banning Children From Drag Events
“What world do we live in where we even have to have a platform to debate whether or not grown men in lingerie should be allowed to twerk and flirt with little children?”
Texas House Lawmakers Discuss Pro-gambling Legislation
“We pay even if we don’t play.”
Senators Told CRT, DEI Undermine Academic Freedom
Legislation would ban CRT and DEI in Texas’ colleges and universities.
School Choice Advocates Counter Democrat Arguments in Senate Committee Hearing
“This is parental empowerment. This is about parental choice.” — Former State Sen. Larry Taylor
Libs of TikTok Exposes Woke Texas Pastors Group
Anti-school choice group Pastors for Texas Children claims there is no wokeness in rural Texas.
Parents Support Plan to Keep Sexually Explicit Books Out of School Libraries
“Every elected official, school district employees, librarians, and book vendors must do better to empower parents and protect children.”
Texas Lawmakers Consider Legislation to Stop Activist District Attorneys
“These district attorneys have undermined the will of the Legislature and are destroying law enforcement agencies across our state.”
House to Finally Vote On Legislation, But No GOP Priorities
When the House begins to vote on these bills, it will be 78 days into the state’s 140-day regular session.
Texas House Committee Hears Testimony on Banning TikTok
The Chinese-owned company has recently come under fire for collecting users’ data.
Texas Judge Says Operation Lone Star Cases Must Follow Court Protocol
“It’s not up to LPDO to just decide to remove an attorney.”
Will House Border Security Legislation Negate an Invasion?
“We have some serious concerns that the bill’s language may serve to undermine its purpose.”
Texas Legislator Calls Out ‘Anti-parent’ Texas Association of School Boards
“TASB claims to represent all school board members; they don’t. They don’t even represent individual school board members, they represent school boards as a governmental entity, often against the interests of students and parents.”
Texans Rally for School Choice Outside Capitol
Hundreds gather at the Capitol in support of school choice legislation.
Texas Association of School Psychologists Pushes Critical Race Theory
The organization is promoting “social justice” and “restorative justice practices” in its legislative platform.
Paxton Talks Border Security at Senate Hearing
The Texas attorney general endorsed a plan to challenge a Supreme Court decision that bars states from enforcing federal immigration law.
Texas Lawmakers Hear Testimony to Ban COVID-19 Mandates
“Three years of unparalleled government overreach has left in its wake a huge negative impact, some of which we are yet to realize.”
Attorney General Ken Paxton: School Choice Is Legal
“It’s time to empower Texas parents and provide additional educational opportunities so every Texas child can reach their dreams.”
Texas Education Conference Promotes Drag Queen Story Hour
School districts across Texas have spent thousands of taxpayer dollars sending educators to the event.
Senate Approves Extension to Texas’ Call for Convention of States
The original resolution, passed in 2017, was set to expire in 2025.
Texas Legislature is Halfway Through the Session. What’s Been Done?
Conservative leaders sound off on what has happened (and not happened) so far in the session.
Texas House Committee Prioritizes Gambling Expansion Over GOP Priorities
“This is corporate welfare at its worst by giving special privileges to existing wealthy and woke professional sports and gambling businesses.”
‘Texas Millstone Act’ Would Prohibit Gender Mutilation Procedures for People Under 26
As more people have been taken advantage of by greedy physicians, the Texas Millstone Act would help protect innocent people from these life-altering procedures.
Texas Mom Sends Lawmakers Dozens of ‘Filthy Books’ Found in School Libraries
“Sadly, we have enough book titles to do this every day for two years, and we still wouldn’t be providing all of the books.”
Texas Senate Passes Bill to Charge Fentanyl Distributors With Murder
As the war on opioids such as fentanyl continues to grow, a new bill would add extra penalties to opioid producers and distributors.