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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A “call of the House” motion was made, and in the end, only four Democrat lawmakers were in attendance.
As countless Texans struggle under increasingly heavy taxes, state lawmakers are considering piling on even more.
Local officials’ greed forced action.
After several hours of debate, several amendment attempts, and a few points of order, the bill passed on to third reading by a vote of 84 in support and 56 in opposition.
Which legislator(s) traded their cowboy boots for leis and went to Maui for a “legislative conference”? No one is saying.
Republican lawmakers hold seats while Democrats sweep out more judges.
The brewing contest among Texas House Republicans leaves much to be desired.
Candidates in both parties have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for campaigns to keep or flip Texas House districts.
After thousands of Super Tuesday ballots went missing, local and state officials want answers from Dallas County Elections Administrator Toni Pippins-Poole.