Of course, that could reflect poorly on the state’s budgeting process.
Texas is much less vulnerable to an oil bust than it once was, or than one might think.
Rick Perry’s legacy will rise and fall on the “Texas miracle.” Is it real? If so, should he get the credit?
Texans should be proud of the state’s economic performance, but they should be smart about the challenges that lie ahead.
In his jobs plan, Greg Abbott opts for a minimalist aesthetic.
On Thursday, Wendy Davis offered a good policy idea, which was forgotten by Friday
How Erica Grieder learned to stop worrying and look forward to the Eighty-fourth Legislature.
A report from the Congressional Budget Office projects that the Affordable Care Act will keep American’s labor force participation rate at anemic levels.
Texas is one of the country’s most philanthropic states. Is that because we’re also one of the most fiscally conservative?