Our favorite political reads of the week.
If the chamber isn’t taking things seriously, why should we?
The Texas Senate offers a proposal to scrap the Texas Model.
Technically speaking, every day is A New Day.
The Texas Senate’s vote to abandon the 2/3rds rule is all about campaign promises.
On the first full day of the Dan Patrick era, he makes his mark on the Senate.
Republican state senator Jeff Wentworth's latest salvo against his primary opponent Elizabeth Ames Jones? Suing her for defamation.
Facing a primary challenge from the right, the hockey-playing senator from Amarillo decides to drop the gloves.
But does the U.S. Supreme Court Justice’s request for briefs mean he might rule in the state’s favor?
Elizabeth Ames Jones is running for a San Antonio senate seat, but must live in the "capital of the State" to stay Railroad Commissioner. People laughed when she questioned the phrase, but does she have a point about its modern definition?