Refusing to address property tax burdens in a real and meaningful way gives politicians ongoing talking points and a “problem” to solve, but it does nothing to help struggling Texans.
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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.
Our mission is to promote self-governance by serving the grassroots. This means we must keep the citizens informed, not appease the sensitivities of politicians.
Texans are rightly tired of politicians who don’t deliver on their promises.
New appointments to the Committee on Local and Consent Calendars may spell the end of the process’ abuse.
Once again, the Freedom Caucus walked into a political trap, and came out of it in control of the House floor.
All legislators must go home knowing not only that citizens are ready to hold them accountable but that we’re equipping voters with the tools necessary to do so.
Texans demand results. Put simply: the Senate delivered, the House failed.
The Senate version of the Texas Privacy Act, Senate Bill 6 by State Sen. Lois Kolkhorst (R–Brenham), is still alive this session.