Democrats solidified their statewide slate as scandal-plagued Attorney General Ken Paxton stepped closer to a third term and Representative Jasmine Crockett won in Dallas.
What’s worse for a Republican in 2022: To be an alleged felon, or to bear the same last name as Jeb and the Georges?
Abbott’s shameless lurch to the right pays off, while Paxton may finally pay a price for clownish corruption in a runoff battle.
Our governor, lawmakers, and judges have distinguished themselves from their colleagues in other states by failing to take timely action against a rogue public official who refuses to step down.
The embattled state attorney general is hoping to get by with a little help from his friends.
It never ends.
The attorney general runs the gauntlet before the Senate Finance Committee, and Dan Patrick just wants to make you sing.
Families of Sick Prisoners Plead for Compassionate Release as Coronavirus Spreads Behind Bars in Texas
Advocates for incarcerated people are urging Governor Abbott to release parole-eligible people who are elderly or have chronic illnesses.
New lawsuits by transgender people challenge bans on name changes for those convicted of crimes.
Advocates warn that the attorney general’s new opinion indicates how far efforts to implement a vague new law could go.