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Gender Mutilation Ban Makes Its Way to Texas Supreme Court

The fate of legislation to ban child gender mutilation in Texas is in the hands of the state’s Supreme Court. Senate Bill 14 by State Sen. Donna Campbell (R–New Braunfels) protects children from being chemically castrated by puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones and...

Texas Attorney General Refuses to Surrender Shelby Park

Amidst a military-like standoff between the Texas National Guard and U.S. Border Patrol at Shelby Park in Eagle Pass, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is refusing to surrender control of the park to Border Patrol.  In a January 26 letter addressed to Department of...

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School Principal Cuts Campaign Ad in Her Office

A school principal is on video in her office urging voters to support a state lawmaker for re-election. That could be a violation of state law. State Rep. Glenn Rogers (R–Graford), who is facing a tough re-election battle, promoted a video by the principal of...

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Dana Myers to Run for Texas GOP Chair

A previous version of this article incorrectly stated Myers served as chair of the Harris County GOP. She served as vice chair.  The race for who will lead the Republican Party of Texas has kicked off. On Friday, Vice Chair Dana Myers announced at a Texas Federation...

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Drew Darby Touts Fake Endorsement from Greg Abbott

Another state lawmaker has been caught portraying a false endorsement on their campaign material. On his campaign website’s endorsements page, State Rep. Drew Darby (R–San Angelo) touts the endorsement of Gov. Greg Abbott. Abbott, however, has endorsed against Darby...