It never ends.
Advocates warn that the attorney general’s new opinion indicates how far efforts to implement a vague new law could go.
How harshly you’re punished for pot possession depends on where you’re caught, even more so now that a new law legalizing hemp has sowed confusion.
Paxton, it seems, would rather watch his case implode from the comfort of his own backyard.
More than three years ago, a federal judge handed down court orders to reform Texas’ foster care system. And for more than three years, state lawyers have fought against those orders.
A court decision this week could be the coup de grâce that finally ends the attorney general’s four-year-old felony case.
After passing the House, HB 1139, meant to reform how Texas decides whether a defendant is too intellectually disabled to execute, was significantly softened in Senate committee.
Health care advocates were optimistic that the Legislature would do something this year to address high, and rising, uninsured rates; high rates of maternal mortality; and the rural hospital closure crisis.
New reporting shows that Sandra Bland recorded her infamous 2015 arrest. Authorities never told her grieving family.
The EPA Told Texas to Crack Down on Dangerous Air Emissions in 2015. The State Never Did, and Now It Won’t Have to.
Trump’s EPA rescinded a rule that would have forced Texas to close a loophole exploited by industrial polluters in 97 percent of illegal emission events.