Texas House of Representatives
A ‘Romeo & Juliet’ bill, that would keep teenagers convicted of statutory rape from being put on the Sex Offender Registry, is waiting for Governor Perry’s signature.
The Texas House resolved not to compromise on cutting spending for family planning programs or to avoid tapping the Rainy Day Fund.
Hispanics would get more political power under a redistricting proposal approved Tuesday by a Texas House committee.
They’ve covered education and health care services for the poor, but the Texas House is ready to slog through every other state agency before voting on the next state budget.
AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM) – KRLD’s Austin Bureau chief Robert wood has a look at what’s making news around the capitol during the early days of the 82nd Legislature. Voter ID Bill Likely There appears to be […]
A surge of Hispanic residents and other population gains have Texas poised to add more congressional clout than any other state, but a partisan fight now looms over exactly where the new seats should go.
The general election was more than a month ago, yet the Republican tidal wave keeps getting bigger in Texas.
Republican Rep. Ken Paxton of McKinney is jumping into the Texas House speaker’s race.
Texas Democrats were bracing for a bloodbath in the Texas House, where Republicans could pick up 20 or more seats.
Early voting for the Nov. 2 election has already begun, but what many may not realize is that their votes will decide how Congressional Districts are drawn.