“Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo is encouraging us to 'tattletale' on our neighbors. This is a classic totalitarian move," said State Rep. Tom Oliverson, announcing the launch of his HarrisCountyTattleTale.com website.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz stopped by Salon à la Mode to get a haircut and show his support for salon owner Shelley Luther, who was wrongly imprisoned when she refused to apologize for trying to earn a living and provide for her family amid the coronavirus pandemic.
As part of a broader effort to reopen the Texas economy, the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) announced it will resume limited overnight camping at state parks beginning on May 18th.
"A crime cannot be established here... The whole exercise was just about creating the lie. They (the FBI interrogators) did not have a basis for a counter-intelligence investigation against Flynn," U.S. Attorney General William Barr told CBS News during a Thursday interview, after documents unsealed and released last month confirmed suspicions the FBI was out to entrap former 3-Star Army General Michael Flynn.
Governor Greg Abbott and Texas Motor Speedway today released a statement applauding INDYCAR’s decision to kick off the 2020 NTT INDYCAR SERIES season with the Genesys 300 at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth.
“These funds will give immediate relief to health care providers in need of personal protective equipment (PPE) and supplies to prevent and mitigate the spread of the virus while they work to heal our communities."
Created after two world wars and an economic collapse, and with the Cold War only just beginning, the National Day of Prayer was a bipartisan call to men and women of all faiths to pray for America.
Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminds taxpayers that the due date for 2020 franchise tax reports was extended to July 15 to be consistent with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
The press's change of heart is not for fear of appearing hypocritical. Rather, they seem terrified of Mr. Biden’s increasingly obvious cognitive decline. In other words, the media are not going to be degraded on behalf of a nominee who may no longer seem viable.
Governor Greg Abbott today modified his executive orders to be applied retroactively related to COVID-19 to eliminate confinement as a punishment for violating these orders.
The report includes immediate recommendations, recommendations for the next 100 days and long-term strategies for the future. To view the report, click here.
U.S. Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), and Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) asked President Trump to suspend all new guest worker visas for sixty days, and some categories of new guest worker visas for at least the next year.
Texas will have to make room for another Cup in its cabinet after adding the 2020 "Prosperity Cup," recognizing the successful business recruitment and retention efforts of State-Level Economic Development efforts.
"Graduation ceremonies mark a major milestone for students and their families. By taking these necessary precautions, developed by medical experts, we can ensure we're appropriately honoring our graduating Class of 2020," said Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath during a press conference with Gov. Greg Abbott, announcing graduation guidance procedures for schools and the Class of 2020.
Cong. Kevin Brady says the steps Texas is taking to respond to COVID–19, and to safely reopen while keeping maximum pressure on the virus, are due to Gov. Greg Abbott “opening a big can of Common Sense on how you reopen these businesses across the state.”
A bipartisan group of senators is working to ensure families of public safety officers lost to COVID-19 can quickly access survivor benefits.
Chairman Christian offered and passed two orders suspending certain fees and creating an exception to Rule 95 to allow underground oil storage in alternative formations.
Through these studies, the GLO will be encouraging regional planning coordination in addition to specific local solutions to promote sound long-term recovery.