Update: Senators voted on party lines early Tuesday morning to send SB 1819 to the full Senate Veterans Affairs Committee. Original: During a debate over the […]
Tag Archives: Donna Campbell
In this week’s WTF Friday: Ted Cruz’s campaign—hoo boy. Donna Campbell, jihadi. Jonathan Stickland and Louie Gohmert are the darkest of dark horses.
Like an obstinate weed that just won’t die, the debate over school vouchers returned to the Capitol for the 11th straight legislative session on Thursday.
Fighting over groundwater rights is all too common in Texas, but the Electro Purification deal has inflamed people unlike any other.
The Texas Association of Business has come out against two religious freedom resolutions that critics say would enshrine a “license to discriminate” against LGBT people in the Texas Constitution.
On this day in 1836, a group of Texians battled to save the Alamo from an invading foreign force. They lost.
Today, 179 years later, Sen. Donna Campbell (R-New Braunfels) fought to legally ban foreign control of the Alamo.
Two proposed religious freedom amendments to the Texas Constitution could lead to more than just anti-LGBT discrimination, according to legal experts.
State Sen. Donna Campbell stumped for a new school voucher proposal at a Texas Public Policy Foundation pre-session briefing full of Texas’ conservative leaders.
State Rep. Jason Villalba (R-Dallas) remains adamant that a proposed constitutional amendment he filed earlier this month isn’t intended to undermine local ordinances prohibiting anti-LGBT discrimination.
Two days after the Plano City Council approved an ordinance prohibiting discrimination against LGBT people, a Texas legislator filed a proposed constitutional amendment that would limit the ability of cities to enforce such laws.