Texas State Capitol
Tuesday’s Austin hearing on the Voter ID bill got a little out of hand.
Hundreds of people from North Texas and across the state marched on the State Capitol in Austin Tuesday in opposition to tougher proposed state immigration laws.
The Texas Facilities Commission has endorsed a proposal to redevelop the Capitol complex with private development and new state buildings.
On Monday, the day before state lawmakers are sworn in for the 82nd Legislative Session, Comptroller Susan Combs announced Texas faces a $15 billion budget shortfall.