The push for sizable tax cuts fits poorly with other needs in the budget, like an effort to bolster transportation funding—can the Lege make the math work?
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People in big Texas cities are driving less, and riding bikes and public transportation more, according to a new study of American commuters.
With conservative representative pitted against one another, two camps emerged–one with Darby and one with Gov. Rick Perry who opposes any fees.
In a major political maneuver, Governor Perry unveiled his proposal for a $1.6 billion business tax cut at a news conference at the Austin Chamber of Commerce yesterday.
Rep. Jim Pitts, chair of the House Appropriations Committee, said a supplemental education bill is on the way.
As lawmakers consider new highway construction this session, Sen. Wendy Davis (D-Fort Worth) warned this morning that they need to address TxDOT’s huge debt […]
Maybe the Trans-Texas Corridor wasn’t so dead after all. Gov. Rick Perry stepped up his support Wednesday morning for new interstate highway construction running […]
In a somewhat awkward exchange on Monday afternoon, the Senate Finance Committee lectured the Department of Transportation’s executive director for his presentation about the […]