Texas House of Representatives
Texas is one of the few states with ban on the open carry of handguns that could change in 2015, with push for expanded gun rights.
DENTON (CBSDFW.COM) – The University of North Texas has received $1.5 million from the estate of alumnus Alonzo Jamison (’39) to support the UNT President’s Loyalty Fund. The gift, which creates and endows the Alonzo […]
The Texas House is expected to work towards approving a new funding mechanism that would make about $900 million a year available for highways and bridges.
The House has given preliminary approval to a proposed constitutional amendment letting voters decide whether to provide about $900 million annually in additional funding for road building.
Though the abortion debate has dominated headlines, the Texas House convenes Monday to discuss increasing funding for highway and transportation infrastructure projects.
The Texas House is debating a bill that will impose tough new restrictions on abortions, as activists announce plans to take their opposition campaign across the state.
It looks like a bill that would drug test some Texans who receive unemployment will become law.
The contentious push to allow Texas college students to carry firearms on campus has won final passage in the House.
The Texas House will begin slowly and selectively whittling down the state business tax this week, as Republicans work to make good on a promise to cut taxes.
Texas employers could not compel workers to reveal personal text messages or hand over email passwords under a bill given preliminary approval Thursday in a divided House vote.
The Texas House has passed a bill allowing military veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder to have service dogs.
The Texas House has approved and sent to the Senate a bill reducing standardized testing for elementary and middle school students.