The Senate has already lost the fight over tax cuts.
The wealth the Texas House and Senate want to share is expensive but small when spread statewide.
The New York Times took note of the dozens of hotel, retail, office, and residential projects underway in downtown Austin.
In my post after the debate, I wrote that Debra Medina, in advocating eliminating all property taxes and replacing them with the sales tax, had failed to address the issue of regressivity of the sales tax. That is not quite accurate. As a commenter pointed out, she did address it…
Why Texas needs an income tax.