Posted on · Cohosts Jay and Brandon drill down on what you need to know about Beto O' Rourke running against current Texas Senator Ted Cruz.
Posted on · It may have been the offseason for the Texas Legislature, but there was still ample news coming from state officials, much of which will reverberate through the legislative session starting in January.
Posted on · Texas Latinos could represent a formidable source of political power. But that potential clout hasn’t translated to large numbers of officeholders who effectively represent the community’s interests. Elizondo-Thomson helped launch Latino Texas PAC to try and change that, including getting candidates elected to office during this November's elections.
Posted on · A journalist, turned political aide, who found fame as a novelist. His book, The Gay Place is a work of fiction, but it captures Texas politics like no other novel.
Posted on · Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller on Thursday restored the option for public schools to serve certain fried foods and soda by lifting a decade-old statewide ban on deep fryers and soda machines.
Posted on · John Nance Garner was a persuasive politician who held many elected offices, including Vice President of the United States.
Posted on · The "Home Rule" provision in the state's constitution allows municipal ordinances that don't conflict with state or federal law. But lawmakers in Austin have the power to trump them.
Posted on · Democrats say Texas could copy other conservative states and expand Medicaid to provide health insurance to thousands more residents. But key Republicans say they are focused on women's health, child welfare and other priorities.
Posted on · She was a trailblazing attorney, who played a key role in the passage of a 1954 amendment to the Texas constitution allowing women to serve on juries.
Posted on · Legislators say they'll work across party lines when they convene in January.
Posted on · Children at Risk say lawmakers should prioritize kids in the upcoming session
Posted on · Brandon Rottinghaus and Craig Cohen take on election night.
Posted on · Rice University researcher ranks Texas counties by political ideology.
Posted on · Gov. Perry was indicted on two felony counts Friday.
Posted on · Many schools are still highly segregated 60 years after landmark desegregation case.