"Our hearts are with the family of Police Sgt. Harold Preston, who was shot and killed in the line of duty this morning," said Texas Gov. Greg Abbott yesterday afternoon, after two Houston Police Officers were shot yesterday morning. "This tragic loss is a grave reminder of the dangers our brave Law Enforcement Officers face each and every day while keeping our communities safe."
U.S. Congressman Brian Babin (TX-36) released the following statement after honoring three Dayton Police Officers who recently received the City’s Lifesaving Award for their valiant actions during a major motorcycle accident in a creek last Christmas.
TLRPAC General Counsel Lee Parsley announced the group's reelection endorsements of Chief Justice Nathan Hecht, Justice Jane Bland to Place 6, Justice Jeff Boyd to Place 7, and Justice Brett Busby to Place 8 for the Texas Supreme Court
Congressman Roger Williams (R-TX-25) today introduced the Eliminate the Digital Divide Act to empower states to carry out their own broadband programs and ensure low-income individuals have access to low-cost broadband services.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved expanded use for a COVID-19 treatment, developed by Direct Biologics in Austin, that has shown promising results in patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome.
Democrat Joe Biden has made protecting ObamaCare a cornerstone of his campaign. He’s cited that position to counter Republican claims that he’s a "Socialist in Disguise," but voters shouldn’t be fooled. His plan for health reform will lead to a government takeover of health care — just on a slower timetable than Bernie Sanders and the party’s progressive flank would.
“I’m a Democrat, but I just don’t think that the 2020 poll sampling is accurate," said John Zogby, who today operates the Zogby Strategies Poll after selling his namesake Zogby International firm in 2011. "This race is closer than you think,” he said, pointing to his firm's latest survey showing Joe Biden’s lead over President Donald Trump at two points, 49%-47%.
Cong. Brady joined Houston’s Morning News KTRH to discuss the Supreme Court confirmation hearings, how a potential Biden-Harris Administration would effect Texas’ economy, and Republican's commitment to his new bill strengthening the American economy, the American GROWTH Act.
"As Texans, we know that Law Enforcement Officers put their lives on the line every day to keep our families and our communities safe. Its more important than ever that they have our support," said Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, following the news that Houston Fire Department Arson Investigator Lemuel Bruce was killed in the line of duty earlier this morning.
While touting his administration’s accomplishments on the economy, and characterizing the Nov. 3rd Election as a choice between “a socialist nightmare and the American dream,” President Trump Wednesday focused his comments like a laser beam on the policies proposed by Joe Biden and the Democrats – which he said would lead to a “very steep depression under the radical left.”
Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for approximately 70 million Americans will increase 1.3 percent in 2021, the Social Security Administration announced today.
The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) announced that as the Texas economy continues to open TWC will reinstate state work search requirements, which had been suspended since March, but will resume on November 1, 2020.
Senator Brandon Creighton (R-Conroe) held the first interim hearing since March, convening the Senate Committee on Higher Education.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick today called on the State Auditor to provide a financial and programmatic audit of the more than $138 million state dollars that have been allocated for the historic preservation of the Alamo.
Barack Obama admitted something in a recent interview that Democrats have been trying to deny or keep secret for months: "If you look at Joe Biden's goals and Bernie Sanders' goals, they're not that different." He's right – the two men are merely describing the Democrat Party's radical 2020 vision in different tones of voice, hoping Americans don't and won't catch on.
This legislation would expand broadband access across the country by sending federal dollars to the states for the purpose of developing programs that fund broadband projects in underserved areas.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the appointment of Brent Webster as First Assistant Attorney General.
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush recently announced the Texas General Land Office (GLO) has completely rebuilt more than 2,000 homes for Texas families through the Homeowner Assistance Program.