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Is Texas better off now than it was two years ago?
House Bill 5, Perry said, “strikes an appropriate balance between our need for rigorous academic standards and the student’s need for flexibility, a balance between our needs for accountability and the appropriate level of testing in the classroom.”
More than ever, the replenishing waters of Mexico’s Rio Conchos are crucial to reviving the Rio Grande and to saving farmers in the Rio Grande Valley.
Unvarnished homophobia is becoming taboo. But Rick Perry is still at it.
I expected a tea party rally with heavy security. Or at least an information booth on outfitting your bunker for the coming race wars. But no. The NRA exhibits were nerdy good times for people who think guns are interesting.
Gov. Rick Perry vetoed his first set of bills Saturday, including SB 346, Sen. Kel Seliger’s “dark money” disclosure bill.
If 80 percent of Texans support enacting term limits on office holders, that’s a staggering number of voters that were outright ignored yesterday in the House with the failure of this resolution.
Sudden pressure from Gov. Rick Perry has put budget negotiations on the rocks as lawmakers argue over $700 million for schools.
The Lead: Lawmakers negotiated late into the night in an attempt to finalize the 2014-2015 state budget. Conference committee members have agreed on a […]