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.
Sitting behind pictures of loved ones killed in crashes, 15 Texas families tearfully pleaded with lawmakers to support a statewide texting-while-driving ban.
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush is leading a ‘school choice’ rally on Friday in Austin, supporting calls to expand voucher programs and charter schools statewide.
Gov. Greg Abbott is planning to abolish Rick Perry’s pet program that gave $200 million in taxpayer dollars to Texas startups, but was beset by bankruptcy and transparency issues.
Hundreds of Muslims are rallying as part of their biennial Texas Capitol lobbying day — but a small group of counter-protesters are trying to shout them down.
A new study concludes that the Texas juvenile justice system’s shift away from housing youths in state-run detention facilities has coincided with a sharp drop in crime committed by young people.
Former Gov. Rick Perry is planning to formally announce his response on Wednesday to a judge’s ruling to allow the felony abuse of power case against him to proceed.
After pledging in his campaign to fight for open carry of handguns in Texas, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick now said that it is not a State Senate priority and he does not have the votes to pass it.
Two Republican senators say a proposal that would allow college students to carry guns on campus already has enough support to pass the upper chamber.
The “two-thirds rule,” which had required 21 of the Senate’s 31 members to agree before beginning debate on proposed legislation.