Texas Passes Softened Voter ID Law After Judge Finds BiasThe Texas Legislature has approved a weakened voter ID law and sent it to Gov. Greg Abbott after a judge twice ruled that the original version deliberately tried to suppress minority voters.
Texas 'Bathroom Bill' Fading As Legislative Session Wraps Up Texas' legislative session was winding down Sunday, with an all-but dead "bathroom bill" targeting transgender people.
Texas Lawmakers OK Budget But 'Bathroom Bill' Still In LimboThe $217 billion spending bill sent to Republican Gov. Greg Abbott will likely be a quiet footnote to a rancorous legislative session that ends Monday.
Texas Approves Bill To Allow Guns Near School In Parked CarsTexas lawmakers have voted to allow handgun permit holders to have guns in their parked cars outside schools.
With New Law, Lyft, Uber Set To Return To Texas Capital CityRide-hailing giants Uber and Lyft, which left Texas's tech-savvy capital city a year ago over local fingerprint requirements for drivers, are set to return after state lawmakers intervened.
Gov. Abbott Signs Bill Providing Better Security For JudgesTexas Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill into law Saturday that increases security for judges by expanding security reporting requirements and creating a judicial security division.