In a committee hearing Tuesday, the exoneree and newlywed pushed for a bill that would change the statute of limitations for offenses involving prosecutorial misconduct.
In a story with the headline “Legislators Seek to Tweak College History Requirement,” Ralph K.M. Haurwitz writes in today’s Austin American-Statesman: Some history courses offered at the University of Texas, Texas A&M University and other public institutions of higher learning in the state would no longer count toward core
A full complement of state senators will soon be seated for the first time in the 2013 legislative session.
The race to replace the late Texas State Senator Mario Gallegos.
In the House of Representatives traditional flag football game, sports and politics collided on the grass of Kyle Field. Fortunately, the only things that got bruised were a few egos.
The future Speaker of the House had a secret weapon when he wanted to pass a bill in 1969: his Democratic roommates.
Cruz argues that Republicans support limited government because they believe that’s what best creates opportunity, and therefore progress.
On Tuesday, House Speaker Joe Straus won his third term as speaker after a challenge against him fizzled and Governor Rick Perry urged fiscal responsibility despite the state's improving financial picture.