“The far left will do anything to maintain their ability to sexualize our children,” said HB 900 author State Rep. Jared Patterson.
“Texas should not ask for permission nor forgiveness to protect Texans, ever.”
The list currently includes 24 lawmakers from the House and Senate, as well as all of the Republican challengers to Gov. Greg Abbott.
He joins an already crowded Republican field challenging the incumbent Ken Paxton for the position.
“Since the Texas Association of School Boards refuses to do the right thing to sever ties with the clearly un-American organization called the National School Boards Association, it’s time for our local ISDs to leave TASB.”
“The delay in the primary is good for conservative challengers and bad for incumbents. The longer a challenger has to communicate to voters, the more equal the playing field of competition.”
A spokesman for the General Land Office says the Alamo Trust’s new executive director “misspoke” when she said permanent improvements required UNESCO approval.
Hughs’ resignation is effective the final day of the legislative session.
“House Bill 1387 … ensur[es] there are fewer barriers facing qualified individuals ready to help our children.”
The Senate sponsor of the Texas Pandemic Response Act substituted the bill with his own approach to emergency powers reform, which further speaks to the different approaches of the two chambers on the issue.
Parents would be required to blur faces before sharing recordings of state officials interviewing them.
After Democrat city officials unleashed chaos in Austin, the state Legislature is now intervening for all Texans.
“They have the ability to end the months of work that Senator Lois Kolkhorst and the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services invested in us, our loved ones, and this legislation.”
Among the casualties is Republican Party of Texas priority legislation to prohibit doctors from performing child gender modification procedures.
House and Senate conference committee members will hammer out a final version of comprehensive election reform, a top priority of grassroots conservatives.
The 83rd Session produced too few reforms for too much spending.
It went about how you would have expected. We were in front of a kangaroo court accustomed to operating far...
As a Republican lawyer and Straus hatchet-man, Eric Opiela has proven himself to be the Democrats’ greatest ally.
Davis seems to only want limited government in certain areas.
In regards to rising government spending, Texas is the 15th highest state in the nation.
It appears that the House and Senate stand at a legislative roadblock regarding transportation funding.
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Rep. Pitts apparently doesn’t want anyone being allowed to investigate possibly unethical behavior by lawmakers and university officials.
A healthy reserve in the ESF will help Texas weather the storms, both literal and economic, that we will undoubtedly face in the future.
Swapping one diversion for another is a hollow policy victory, especially if the future health of the ESF is put at risk.