The Texas House has sent to the governor legislation that would offer land owners tax breaks for water conservation. It’s an incentive plan little-seen nationwide that comes as many parts of the state are struggling through a punishing drought.
With a government shutdown just hours away, it seems the two sides are getting closer. But at the same time, they don’t.
It’s extremely doubtful that any political ad has ever started with these words, but here it is.
Congress is now discussing loud commercials on television. The Senate has okayed a bill requiring TV stations and cable companies to keep commercials at the same volume as their programs.
Monday nights at 8:05, nationally known political analyst Carl Jeffers joins me to talk about the biggest political stories of the week. But, on Mondays we’re pre-empted for Monday Night Football, Carl joins me on […]
A joint House and Senate Committee hears it won’t be easy to get more
Colorado Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet successfully fended off a fierce primary challenge Tuesday, defeating rival Andrew Romanoff, who waged a relentless anti-establishment campaign.
Should corporations be held more accountable for workers injuries?
With parts of the Arizona immigration law on hold Senator John Cornyn hopes pressure will be increased on Congress to do something about immigration reform.
A Senate Committee hears that school district’s must do a better job retaining top quality teachers,
A bill to restore unemployment benefits to millions who have been out of work for more than six months has cleared a Senate hurdle.
It’s musical chairs for Senate Committees.