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Exclusive: Records Reveal Texans Are Fed up With Property Taxes

Documents recently received from Gov. Greg Abbott's office reveal Texans are fed up with property taxes. In December, Texas Scorecard sought citizens’ opinions on property taxes by filing an open records request with the governor's office for the last six months of...

Vaccine Choice Rally Draws Hundreds to the Texas Capitol

Texans for Vaccine Choice's fifth annual Freedom Fight, a rally to support medical liberty, drew hundreds of Texans to the state capitol. The annual rally, which took place on Wednesday, attracted Texans from across the state and allowed them to share stories of...

Texas Sues Biden Administration for Circumventing Immigration Law

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that Texas is suing the Biden administration over the new U.S. Department of Homeland Security parole program, which unlawfully allows thousands of illegal aliens into the country. According to Paxton’s office: Congress has...

Texas Governor Promotes School Choice Week

Gov. Greg Abbott is continuing to double down on his support for school choice legislation, as National School Choice Week is recognized across the country. It’s National #SchoolChoiceWeek. Parents know what is best for their children’s education. This session, we...

Democrat Lawmaker Opposes Ban on Chinese Ownership of Texas Land

Democrat State Rep. Gene Wu of Houston called for citizens to oppose legislation that would ban foreign entities from purchasing land in Texas. At Houston’s Chinese Community Center last week, Wu claimed that State Sen. Lois Kolkhorst’s (R–Brenham) legislation would...

Legislation Filed to ‘Rein in’ Rogue District Attorneys

Two Texas lawmakers are teaming up to rein in rogue district attorneys who refuse to enforce the law. State Rep. David Cook (R–Mansfield) and State Sen. Tan Parker (R–Flower Mound) partnered together to file House Bill 1350 and Senate Bill 378, which would permit the...