After 20 years, the state’s most lucrative corporate welfare program comes to an end.
State lawmakers blame local officials for property taxes, while passing futile bills to make it seem like they’re doing something.
Bowie had one last chance to save its community hospital. Then anti-tax activists launched their campaign.
Forget about the governor’s slush funds. Texas’ biggest corporate welfare program is one you’ve probably never heard of — and it’s growing every year.
How an obscure amendment to the state’s property tax code helps corporations leave counties—and citizens—stretched thin.