Oil and gas industry groups provided a list of names to the Railroad Commission for appointment to a council formed in response to the February power crisis. All four of the industry's top choices were selected.
Parents say long hair was never an issue up until this year and tell the ACLU their children have been "severely punished...and in some cases forced them out of school altogether."
Texas is also opposing the Biden administration’s call for the court to take up the abortion law and rule on its constitutionality, even though the 5th Circuit has yet to do so.
As secretary of state, Fort Worth attorney John Scott would oversee election administration in Texas.
Jamarr Brown, co-executive director of the Texas Democratic Party, and James Dickey, the former Texas GOP chairman, talk about Abbott's claims regarding the border.
The lawmakers’ comments came after a recording was released from Carroll Independent School District in Southlake, Texas, of a discussion supposedly about enforcing the law.
The comment further hints at a possible fight between the state and the Biden administration over transgender rights.
Ed Espinosa, the president of Progress Texas, and former Texas GOP Chairman James Dickey join Mike Warren to discuss the third special session.
Casar, who represents District 4 on the Austin City Council, is looking at a run in Texas Congressional District 35.
If voters approve the measure next year, it will raise the state’s homestead exemption from $25,000 to $40,000 for school district property taxes, netting the average homeowner about $176 in savings.
The third special legislative session will come to an end at midnight on Wednesday. “There are a number of issues that are not yet resolved and not yet remedied."
The Texas Legislature has signed off on new congressional districts that shore up the GOP’s dominance and yield little ground to the people of color who have driven the state's growth.
State Rep. James Talarico, D-Round Rock, joins Rebecca Thomas to explain why he is moving to run for reelection in a different House district.
Glenn Smith, a senior strategist at Progress Texas, and James Dickey, the former Texas GOP chairman, talk about the social media discussion between Democratic candidate Matthew Dowd and the Twitter account BETO.
The Justice Department asked the high court Monday to lift an order imposed by a conservative federal appeals court that has allowed Texas to continue enforcing the nation's strictest curbs on abortion.
In Austin, all eyes are on Prop A, which would beef up staffing within the city’s police department.
It's up to Texas lawmakers to approve a new redistricting map to fit two new Congressional seats due to an increase in the state's population.
A bill that would restrict transgender student-athletes from playing on school sports teams that align with their gender identity is heading to Gov. Greg Abbott's desk after the Texas House accepted Senate amendments to the legislation in a 76-61 vote Sunday afternoon.
Critics of the legislation, including transgender advocates, say it unfairly targets transgender children and puts them and cisgender children at risk for being discriminated against.
The Biden administration will turn next to the Supreme Court in an effort to halt a Texas law that has banned most abortions since September.