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Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC Spends to Save Incumbents

Establishment groups are out in force ahead of the Republican primary runoff election, spending big to keep additional incumbents from succumbing to challenges from the right. Texans for Lawsuit Reform is part of this activity. According to Austin observers, the...

Report: Republican Party of Texas Can Close Its Primaries

According to a new report from the Huffines Liberty Foundation, the Republican Party of Texas can implement term limits and close its primary without any legislative approval.  The report, written by Don Huffines, explains that freedom of association is protected by...

Texas Secures Temporary Stay of ATF Rule Restricting Gun Sales

Texas has secured a temporary halt of new restrictions on private gun sales imposed by the Biden administration’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit on May 1 challenging new ATF regulations that redefine...

In Their Own Words: The Six Candidates for Texas GOP Chair

At the Republican Party of Texas' biennial convention in San Antonio next week, delegates will have the opportunity to choose the next state party leader for the next two years. With current Chairman Matt Rinaldi not seeking re-election, the field has grown to six...

Gov. Greg Abbott Pardons Army Sergeant Daniel Perry

Gov. Greg Abbott has fully pardoned Army Sgt. Daniel Perry following a unanimous recommendation from the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles. Perry had been sentenced to 25 years in prison for the shooting death of an armed Black Lives Matter protester, Garrett Foster....