When state Rep. Jonathan Stickland proudly declared himself a “former fetus” a few weeks ago by posting a sign over the nameplate near his […]
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“Text and drive? Pay a fine.” That may be a warning sign seen around Texas soon if a texting-while-driving ban approved by the House […]
A bill by Rep. Dan Flynn (R-Canton) authorizes teachers to use “force or deadly force” to defend themselves, students, or school property.
At a panel on immigration, Sen. Craig Estes (R-Wichita Falls) said the GOP isn’t a “bunch of white people” but took a hard-line on the border and immigration.
The new lieutenant governor and his tea party revolutionaries have an ambitious agenda that could overhaul the state’s school systems, tax policies and immigration laws.
Monday was the first day to pre-file bills for next year’s 84th Texas Legislature—and it saw measures on taxes, daylight savings time and nullification.
Bills were filed Monday that would have the combined effect of legalizing same-sex marriage in Texas pending a public vote.
Texas has two out LGBT candidates running for Congress and six LGBT candidates for the Texas Legislature on the ballot, a record number.
Asked about interracial marriage, Greg Abbott couldn’t think of an answer. That’s odd, because he normally doesn’t shy from forceful arguments.
A new report concludes that controversial foster care reforms will likely cost Texas more money.