Hundreds of faith leaders are set to gather at the Texas Capitol on Tuesday to rally in support for marriage equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Texans.
Gov. Greg Abbott is expected to tell lawmakers that border security, roads and education are the biggest issues facing Texans during in his first State of the State address.
Texas is proud of its part time State Legislature. But the 140-day session doesn’t even rank in the top 10 for least legislative days worked over two-year periods.
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Whiskey. Rum. Vodka. Tequila. You won’t find any of that hard liquor at Walmart stores in Texas. But the big box retailer is hoping to change that with a battle in federal court.
Democrats and advocacy groups are launching a campaign to restore “access to a full range of reproductive health care” two years after abortion protests rocked the Texas Capitol.
Gun rights are again a focus at the Texas Capitol after drawing attention over rallies outside and confrontations inside.
Members of a top Texas Senate health panel are unveiling proposals to bolster the state’s infectious disease response in the wake of the first U.S. case of Ebola diagnosed in Dallas last summer.
A Texas lawmaker is filing a bill intended to fix issues created by a 2011 law he authored that makes crime-scene DNA testing difficult for convicts.
George P. Bush’s new job has nothing to do with abortion or money for private schools. But after barely 30 days in office, he’s already headlined high-profile rallies on both issues.
In an online video Wednesday, a gun rights activist pushing for legislation allowing Texans to openly carry handguns tells state legislators that ‘treason is punishable by death.’
Texas water officials will start to evaluate applications seeking $5.5 billion for projects as part of the state’s water plan.