Senator John Whitmire accuses two Republican senators of trying to use a new ethics bill as political payback.
Democrat Bill Hobby was lieutenant governor in the 1970s when the current state spending cap was adopted. Today, he argues against making it tighter.
The unlimited billionaire funding of Republican presidential candidates may actually keep the race alive until the Texas primary next March.
Drug cartel violence in Reynosa on Friday is not necessarily an argument for passing the Texas border security bill.
I’m a lot more credible than Judicial Watch. But don’t take my word for it.
Legislative influencer Michael Quinn Sullivan is running a pro-Senate property tax cut telephone campaign to convince Republican legislators who voted for Speaker Joe Straus to support Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick’s plan over the House sales tax cut. But there’s also a back-door link to the state ethics bill.
The wealth the Texas House and Senate want to share is expensive but small when spread statewide.
If the Collin County district attorney won’t investigate Attorney General Ken Paxton for securities violations, a rogue grand jury will.
Texas Senate votes 20-11 to turn prosecution of state officials corruption cases over to hometown judges, juries and prosecutors.
Texas Association of Business President Bill Hammond’s appearance at a news conference of Democrats and human rights activists to oppose anti-gay legislation raises the question: Has the Republican Party moved too far to the right?
The Texas Department of Public Safety has faced questions about whether the border surge made the rest of the state less secure and whether it is taking credit for other law enforcement agencies actions, but now the DPS has announced a major border bust all of its own.
State Representative Stuart Spitzer wants Texans to abstain from sex out of wedlock, but the statistics show the teens have their cars a-rockin’ in his district.
Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw needs to come clean on just what his agency is doing on the border.