No longer content with public schools focusing on mundane tasks like teaching and learning, community schools become health clinics, soup kitchens, and recreation centers.
Concerned citizens have secured a win for restoring credibility and transparency in their county government after a blunder with their November elections rocked citizens’ trust.
Straus takes autocratic stance to stop conservatives from offering amendments.
“The whole bill in general is going to be narrowed quite a bit,” said Taylor in laying out the legislation.
The Texas Legislature is following a federal court’s constitutional direction to arrive at a photo voter ID law that ensures free, fair, and secure elections.
“It is imperative that every state agency engage in a thorough review of each program and budget strategy and determine the value of each dollar spent.”
Rather than protect the free speech of citizens, the Texas Ethics Commission and its allies in the Texas House have sided with speech regulators.
We have a problem in Texas with government bureaucracies going rogue, abusing their power by writing new rules and targeting conservatives specifically.
Attorney General Ken Paxton found that Fort Worth ISD’s transgender guidelines were in violation of the Texas Education Code and, therefore, must be changed immediately.
Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal is suspended after being indicted for violations of the Texas Open Meeting Act.
Despite a constitutional prohibition on TEC Commissioners serving more than two four-year terms, Harrison had continued to “hold-over” on the commission since his term expired in 2011.
Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal and two county commissioners have been indicted on charges of violating the Texas Open Meetings Act.
The shrinking school district just adopted its largest budget to date, resulting in higher taxes for residents – and a whopping third of which goes towards recapture.
British voters chose self-governance over political convenience.
In the brief, Rinaldi and other Republican lawmakers largely echo then-Attorney General Abbott’s argument that cities have overstepped their authority.
New Video: With the end of 81st legislative session, we asked conservative legislators what questions voters should be asking.
A $4.3 million helicopter will have to be purchased by the Department of Public Safety and based in Longview under an amendment added, without a vote, to the House version of the state budget by Rep. Tommy Merritt (R-Longview). But it’s a bird that won’t take flight: no money for pilots or maintenance. This flightless bird isn’t just a taxpayer turkey, it’s an earth-bound porker.