Several state lawmakers from the House and Senate are slated to attend the event.
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With the state government facing a cash shortfall, a billionaire casino magnate is making a bold play for the Lone Star State.
Which legislator(s) traded their cowboy boots for leis and went to Maui for a “legislative conference”? No one is saying.
The brewing contest among Texas House Republicans leaves much to be desired.
The do-nothing purple session of 2019 is a reminder that the grassroots must demand a better House Speaker for 2021.
Abbott’s move is intended to be retributory, even as citizens have demanded meaningful relief from skyrocketing property taxes for years.
Everyone in the Austin establishment protects everyone else in office from accountability, even when they are literally caught on tape – or red-handed.
This comes as Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar has already stated he anticipates a several-billion-dollar shortfall of funds needed to balance the budget lawmakers passed in 2019.
Former State Sen. Don Huffines joins the show to discuss the lack of leadership in Texas throughout the coronavirus crisis.
The budget will almost certainly be at the forefront of the next legislative session in 2021, as the state is projected to face a major shortfall in revenue.