Coronavirus In Texas: State Effort Underway To Increase Number Of EMS, First Responders During PandemicMedical directors for licensed EMS providers can permit individuals who are qualified, though not formally certified, to provide critical emergency response services.
2 Texas Border Wall Projects Accelerated After Homeland Security Waives Contracting LawsSaying the move would accelerate construction of the wall at the U.S.-Mexico border, the Trump administration is set to waive federal contracting laws.
Frisco And The Colony Put More Bite In City Rules Regarding Retail Pet SalesThe Colony City Council passed an ordinance to make it harder for pet stores to open within city limits. The Frisco City Council passed regulations increasing transparency requirements for pet shops.
Frisco Adopts New Regulations For Pet Stores Designed To Protect Dogs, Cats, Prospective OwnersThe new rules adopted by the Frisco City Council take effect in 30 days.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry Says 'We Can Make Our Energy Cleaner'"Instead of punishing fuels that produce emissions through regulation, we're seeking to reduce those emissions by innovation," the former Texas Governor said.
Most Texas Lawmakers Won't Say If They're Ready To Crack Down On Roofer FraudWhile only three lawmakers explicitly said they will not support a bill, 60 percent of the legislators The Ones for Justice contacted never responded.
Six Flags St. Louis Waterslide Injury Highlights Lax RegulationNo government officials conducted a safety inspection of a new waterslide at Six Flags St. Louis before a woman said she suffered whiplash last month.
Houston Approves New Post-Harvey Flood Construction RuleUnder the rule, new structures in the 100-year and 500-year flood plains would be constructed 2 feet above the ground or above the projected water level in a 500-year flood, an event in which 17 to 19 inches of rain falls in 24 hours.
EPA Chemical Review Would Exclude Millions Of Tons Of ToxinsSpurred by the chemical industry, President Donald Trump's administration is retreating from a congressionally mandated review of some of the most dangerous chemicals in public use.
Democrats Object To Trump Infrastructure Plan's DirectionDemocrats, who had hoped the one big policy area where they could find common ground with President Donald Trump would be infrastructure, say they don't like what they're hearing from administration officials about the transportation portion of the plan that's still in-the-works
Bit By Bit, Trump Methodically Undoing Obama PoliciesAmid staff turmoil and shake-ups, blocked travel bans and the Russia cloud hanging overhead, President Donald Trump is plucking away a major piece of his agenda: undoing Obama.
After New Regulations, Oklahoma's Shakes Calm Down A BitThe rate of earthquakes in Oklahoma has dropped dramatically since late May, when the state limited wastewater injections into energy wells
Possible New Laws Considered 2 Years After West ExplosionTexas lawmakers are considering regulations designed to prevent another deadly fertilizer plant explosion like the one two years ago in West. But it remains uncertain whether lawmakers will ultimately adopt them.
Congressional Democrats Seek To Step Up Fracking OversightDemocrats on a congressional oversight panel are stepping up their investigation into how well states are regulating the disposal of oil and gas waste, citing continuing public concern.
Texas Says It Won't Appeal Federal African Braiding RulingTexas won't appeal a federal judge's ruling last week that state laws regulating businesses teaching African hair braiding were unconstitutional.