Posted on · Both chambers hope to have certain fixes in place before student return to school in August.
Posted on · The Sherman Republican will step down April 30
Posted on · The Committee on Urban Affairs will hear testimonies regarding both short-term and long-term needs
Posted on · Former state Rep. Trey Martinez Fischer announced Saturday that he is running for his old House seat, setting up a primary battle with fellow San Antonio Democrat Diana Arévalo.
Posted on · The revised Texas House sexual harassment policy includes language that strengthens protections against retaliation and provides specific steps to report inappropriate behavior
Posted on · Officials from battered towns and counties — including one who said he's had suicidal thoughts — told lawmakers that too many residents are sleeping in tents and hotels more than two months after Hurricane Harvey
Posted on · And yes, that includes money.
Posted on · The House has repeatedly voted against vouchers, and in the regular session they did not even take a vote on the property tax measure.
Posted on · SB 5 would add options for Texas voters who say they cannot “reasonably” obtain one of seven forms of ID currently required at the polls.
Posted on · The Senate's version of the bill would have extended the program until 2019 — which upset critics of high-stakes testing.
Posted on · A bill passed Friday in the Texas House that would limit and restrict immunizations to children taken into state custody.
Posted on · A key deadline passed on Monday without the House "bathroom bill" getting out of committee, meaning the bill won't make it to the House floor this session. But that doesn't mean the issue itself is dead.
Posted on · Houston’s problematic pension funds, which have caused financial woes and spurred political battles for years, just moved closer to getting a massive makeover.
Posted on · A bill that would bump up the age of adult criminal responsibility from 17 to 18 is scheduled for a vote in the Texas House today.
Posted on · A lot can happen in a week. Some of it good. Some of it bad. Some of it downright ugly. When faced with intriguing developments in the week's news, we turn to our rotating panel of "non-experts" to parse The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of it all. This week, our panel weighs in […]