A by-the-numbers look at how much Texas will spend, per person, on a variety of budgetary items.
A preview of the ten best and ten worst legislators of the Eighty-fourth Legislature.
Practitioners face an unreasonable set of regulations in Texas, and they’re about to change that.
More than twenty anti-LGBT bills have been filed this session, but these legislative efforts are facing some unlikely opposition.
How a few gun rights activists hijacked the political debate over open carry.
A new rule not only gives legislators the option of a ‘panic button’ but allows them to kick out members of the public they consider unruly. Have our elected officials gone soft?
How likely is it that open-carry legislation will make it to Greg Abbott’s desk this session?
On the first day of the Eighty-fourth Legislature, the Texas House voted for order.
Despite all the exits and entrances around him, House speaker Joe Straus plans on staying right where he is.
How Erica Grieder learned to stop worrying and look forward to the Eighty-fourth Legislature.
Talking points for legislators opposed to making the cowboy hat the official state hat of Texas.