Four years after Texas passed one of the strictest voter ID laws in the nation, lawmakers will debate another measure on Thursday that could make it even more difficult for Texans to vote.
Tag Archives: Greg Abbott
Gov. Abbott stirred excitement among conspiracy theorists by ordering the State Guard to monitor Jade Helm 15, a U.S. military training exercise in Bastrop.
Much to state Sen. Van Taylor’s dismay, his ethics bill that passed the Texas Senate on Tuesday is a shell of its former self after being heavily amended.
Many of us have been the target of bullying, but few of us have been lieutenant governor. Dan Patrick has the misfortune to be both at the same time.
We have under six weeks to go in the 84th Legislature, and the House and Senate haven’t really started to grapple with the most […]
Dan Patrick started the session with a vehemently expressed desire to get the Senate up and running and his agenda advancing, but the opposite has happened.
Like undergrads in their fall semester, freshman year, Greg Abbott, Dan Patrick, and Joe Straus are getting to know each other. It’s going great!
House leadership unveiled a response to one of Gov. Greg Abbott’s emergency items for the session, a $100 million plan to reward quality pre-K programs. But early education advocates say it doesn’t go far enough.
Greg Abbott gave his first State of the State address today—and he’s positioning himself as a relatively moderate governor. How much does that mean?
Dan Patrick wants to extend the National Guard presence on the Texas border, illustrating his shifting rhetoric & foreshadowing conflict with the House.