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How Texas Government Failed to Pay Soldiers On Time

How Texas Government Failed to Pay Soldiers On Time

Texas soldiers are unnecessarily entangled in a train wreck of layered bureaucracies, political issues, staff turnover, and IT headaches. Issues in paying troops, identified last year, persist. As we previously reported, Operation Lone Star (OLS) is part of Gov. Greg...
Improved Budget Outlook From State Comptroller

Improved Budget Outlook From State Comptroller

Monday, Texas State Comptroller Glenn Hegar held a virtual news conference to discuss a revised Biennial Revenue Estimate (BRE) of $115.65 billion in revenue available for general-purpose spending. This is up by $3.12 billion from the estimate originally given on...
A Closer Look at Tax Reform

A Closer Look at Tax Reform

Property tax reform, while a wildly popular issue among Texans, has been largely dismissed by a Republican-led legislature. While much needed attention has finally been paid towards reducing the onerous business franchise tax, too little consideration has been given...