Posted on · If passed, both initiatives would amend the Texas Constitution. According to economists and experts, the changes could help slow down property tax increases.
Posted on · Texas voters this November will be asked to decide on another proposed constitutional amendment to fund transportation. If it's approved, the measure could bring in over $2.5 billion a year to pay for highway projects.
Posted on · The state's highest court on Tuesday heard the case challenging Houston's drainage fund.
Posted on · Last year, Texas voters approved taking billions of dollars in oil and gas taxes and using them to build highways. Now, lawmakers are warning that the money won't solve a huge shortfall.
Posted on · Planners identify $288 million in projects for the eight-county region.
Posted on · A decision will soon be made on how to spend millions of dollars in Prop 1 money.
Posted on · Now that Texas voters have approved Proposition 1 as a way to fund state transportation projects, some lawmakers want to kick it up a notch.
Posted on · Constitutional amendment allows the diversion of oil and gas revenues to transportation.
Posted on · Much of the focus of next month’s election has been, naturally, on candidates for major offices in Houston and across Texas, including a local race for District Attorney, and statewide elections for Governor and Lieutenant Governor. There’s also a proposition to voters on the ballot. HJR 1, if approved, would allocate half of the general […]
Posted on · Proposed constitutional amendment would provide $1.7 billion for transportation projects.
Posted on · Constitutional amendment would allocate millions for Texas roads.