Consumer advocates and Democrats are divided over a Senate bill that would impose light regulations on payday and auto-title lenders.
Consumer advocates and Democrats are divided over a Senate bill that would impose light regulations on payday and auto-title lenders. ...Read More
At a legislative hearing this morning, state Sen. John Carona, the Dallas Republican who’s leading the payday “reform” effort in the Senate, basically sai...Read More
1 percent of food stamp recipients have a graduate degree, a number that’s tripled since 2007....Read More
Former legislators don't die, they come back as lobbyists quicker than you can say cha-ching! Today's profile in reincarnation is former state Rep. Vicki Truitt...Read More
For a small organic farmer on the high plains of Texas, challenging Monsanto is tantamount to questioning the power and promise of biotechnology, which has capt...Read More
The Eagle Ford Shale legislative caucus met for the first time to discuss the economic impact of the oil and gas industry in South Texas....Read More
Along with New York City-based Coventry Development Corporation, Exxon is creating a company town from scratch in North Houston. ...Read More