With 34 Republican candidates in the May runoff elections for the state Legislature, Texas Scorecard asked candidates whether they support ending corporate welfare.
In Central Texas, a new data center for the tech giant is underway.
“Why is it that kids are encouraged to mutilate their bodies, but heaven forbid they go through puberty first?”
The legislation took different forms throughout the last few months’ legislative saga. What does the final version do, and how did we get here?
With the Republican primary election a week away, Chad Prather has received a week’s suspension from the social media platform.
“For the first time, Texas will have some recourse.”
“Once again, Texans were failed by cowards in Austin.”
Millions in cash contributions from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to local election administrators had an unprecedented influence on voting in 2020.
In front of cameras, the governor berated the company for censorship. Behind the scenes is a different story.
State Sen. Kel Seliger (Amarillo) was the only Republican to oppose the bill, while State Sen. Cesar Blanco (El Paso) was the only Democrat to vote in favor.