AG Ken Paxton announced that the United States Department of Transportation’s FAA reached an informal resolution with the City of San Antonio regarding its decision to exclude Chick-fil-A from a concession contract based on the religious beliefs associated with that company and its owners.
If finalized, the rule would increase state and local taxes, erode the state’s control the Medicaid program and devastate the state's health care infrastructure.
A recent court decision triggered a nationwide backlash due to the lack of evidence supporting the claimed proprietary misappropriation and a massive dispute award. Fortunately, the Texas 4th Court of Appeals reversed and remanded the finding.
That Biden zero-carbon emissions target requires a glide path to no fossil fuel production and consumption 15 years from now. Given that we currently get about 80% of our energy from oil, gas and coal, according to Daniel Yergin, a world expert on energy, getting down to zero is going to be a gut-wrenching experience for blue-collar workers.
Democrat Kamala Harris did little last week to court Florida's booming and influential Latino population during her first trip to the crucial swing state as Joe Biden’s running mate. She focused instead on African American leaders by visiting the historically black Florida Memorial University.
Governor Greg Abbott announced that firefighters and support personnel from across Texas have been deployed to help combat the devastating wildfires in California. He has also has directed the TDEM to deploy Texas A&M Task Force 1 to Louisiana as the state prepares for Tropical Storm Sally.
Texas Secretary of State Ruth R. Hughs announced a new statewide grassroots tour as part of the "Ready. Check. Vote." initiative to safely educate Texas voters about what they need to bring to the polls when they cast their ballot.
Following Netflix’s disturbing promotion and defense of its new pornographic film sexualizing young children, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz sent a letter calling on the DOJ to investigate whether Netflix, its executives, or the makers of the film “Cuties” violated any federal laws against the production and distribution of child pornography.
U.S. Congressman Brian Babin issued the following statement after leading a letter, with the support of a dozen other Members of the House, to U.S. Attorney General, Bill Barr, requesting that the findings of John Durham’s investigation be made public in a timely manner once it has come to an end.
"Defunding law enforcement to prop up and advance Socialist Policies is demeaning, dangerous and incredibly disrespectful," said Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen during a "Back the Blue" Press Conference with Gov. Greg Abbott Thursday. "They're hypocrites, plain and simple."
“In grade school, I lost my best friend to cancer. From that moment on, I carried this issue close to my heart,” said Cong. Michael McCaul, highlighting his Congressional efforts to expand Childhood Cancer Research and find new treatments while sharing the heart-warming personal story of Sadie Keller.
Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) today announced that TxDOT has won a federal grant to help transform an intersection on I-20 to ease congestion and save lives.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) issued this statement after Senate Democrats voted against a targeted legislative package to help Americans who are hurting as a result of the coronavirus pandemic:
The letter warns that the proposed rule threatens the individual liberty of Texas lawyers and is unconstitutionally vague and overbroad.
The American story is nothing without our Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen, who in spite of great odds, have always answered the call to serve.
General Ken Paxton today warned Texans about scammers sending text messages that include a false package delivery notice and a fraudulent link.
On September 9, 2020, FEMA informed the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), that the Lost Wages Assistance (LWA) program, ends with the benefit week ending September 5, 2020.