Those For & Against School Choice Gather At The State CapitolIn Austin Friday, Texas Democrats and Republicans stood with public, private and charter school kids and their families recognizing National School Choice Week at the State Capitol.
Cruz-Bush Tension Underscores Deeper GOP DivideThings aren't so simpatico between the Bush family and Sen. Ted Cruz, and not only because one of the Texas senator's GOP presidential primary competitors is Jeb Bush, the former governor of Florida.
Bush's Texas Agency Joins Lawsuit Alleging Federal Land OverreachLand Commissioner George P. Bush and his little-known but powerful agency, Texas' General Land Office, joined a lawsuit Tuesday suing the federal government for what the suit calls an unconstitutional seizure of land.
Disabled Veteran Honored With New Roof On HomeA program to help veterans in poor housing conditions means a new roof for a Carrollton vet, who also received a visit from a member of the Bush family Wednesday.
Top Texas Land Office Staffers Got Large, Frequent BonusesThey routinely collected cash bonuses worth tens of thousands of dollars despite earning annual salaries exceeding $100,000.
Alamo To Get $31.5 Million In State FundingState officials said that the Alamo is to benefit from $31.5 million for preservation and development. Land Commissioner George P. Bush will provide details on Wednesday.
In Unusual Twist, Presidential Race Is Revving Up In TexasTexas isn't an early presidential voting state, but its 2016 Republican White House primary already feels well underway.
George P. Bush Seizes Conservative SpotlightGeorge 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.
George P. Bush Leads 'School Choice' RallyTexas 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.
Jeb Bush Sees Son George P Sworn Into Texas OfficeFormer President George H.W. Bush didn't make it, but Jeb Bush was on hand to see his son officially take office in Texas.
Bush Plans Land Commissioner Office ChangesTexas Land Commissioner-elect George P. Bush plans to consolidate three of the agency's previous divisions into a new entity in charge of generating energy-related revenue — a move that will mean staff cuts.
George P. Bush Hires Transition TeamAfter being elected last week, George P. Bush has hired a staff of five people for his transition team ahead of his January 2 swearing-in as the state's new land commissioner.