Amid Few Top Statewide Races, Texas Focuses On Trump-ClintonAll Texas House seats and 16 state senators are also up for election. But no matter the outcome, both chambers should remain solidly Republican-controlled.
Texas House Speaker Adds Pressure Over Special EducationReports of Texas denying special education services in public schools now has House Speaker Joe Straus urging state officials to make immediate changes.
Texas House Approves Bill Legalizing Low-Doses Of MarijuanaThe Texas House gave final approval Tuesday to a limited medical marijuana bill that would give epilepsy patients access to trace amounts of cannabis oil.
Texas House OKs Decriminalizing TruencyBill imposes civil fines while mandating responsibilities for parents and school districts. Senate's passed similar bill.
House Approves Fireworks For Texas IndependenceThe measure approved Tuesday would allow counties to permit fireworks sales for Texas Independence Day on March 2 and San Jacinto Day celebrations April.
Waste Of Time: Texas House Votes To Keep Daylight SavingsA Texas House push to exclude the state from observing daylight saving time has collapsed amid concerns that doing so would make residents choose between going to church and watching the Dallas Cowboys.
Texas House OKs New Abortion Restrictions, Then BacktracksThe Texas House gave preliminary approval to tighter abortion restrictions involving fetuses with severe abnormalities before withdrawing a sweeping health bill that included the new limits.
Texas House Approves Licensed Open Carry Of HandgunsTexas is closer to becoming the most populous state to allow licensed open carry of handguns after Republicans pushed through a key vote in the state House.
Texas House Panel Votes To Raise Juvenile Criminal Age To 18A proposal to change the state's definition of who is considered an adult in the criminal justice system is on its way to the Texas House.
Texas House Trying School Finance Fix Amid Court FightThe Texas House is launching an ambitious attempt to fix the troubled way the state pays for public schools without waiting for the conclusion of a bitter, ongoing court battle.
Texas House OKs Sweeping Border Security BillPlans to hire of hundreds of new troopers for the Texas-Mexico border is part of sweeping border security measures tentatively approved by the Texas House.
TX Supreme Court Judge Issues Challenge To LawmakersTexas Supreme Court Chief Justice asks lawmakers to approve legal funding for military veterans and says laws making it a criminal offense to skip school are not working.