The need for SNAP recipients to utilize online grocery delivery has never been more important because of the impact of COVID-19.
The funds will be used to support programs and services administered by the state’s 28 Area Agencies on Aging such as home delivered meals, help with household chores, assistance with groceries, and respite care or other services for family caregivers.
Rep. Brooks Landgraf is communicating with Governor Greg Abbott about ideas he has received from West Texans on how to reopen businesses and get back to work safely amid the Coronavirus outbreak.
The district court’s injunction imposed limits on the transfer of inmates, required unrestricted access to face masks, hand sanitizer and cleaning supplies for each inmate, and imposed a plan for testing every single inmate for COVID-19.
The WH Task Force will advise and address the question of when our country should reopen the economy, a three-phase plan which will act as guidelines aimed at softening restrictions.
Men and women in law enforcement risk their lives every day as they continue to heroically serve the public during these trying times. They were told that hardened criminals would be released because they feared COVID-19 in prison and are now being told to criminalize anyone caught without wearing a mask.”
Governor Abbott’s Executive Order GA-16 on religious services recommends strategies for houses of worship to effectively slow the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) while serving their respective communities of faith.
Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller announced the 2020 Family Land Heritage application deadline has been extended to July 1, 2020.
RRC continues discussion on the issue of proration, ongoing relief initiatives of the agency, and the formation of a Blue Ribbon Task Force for oil economic recovery.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today applauded the ruling of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, which once again upheld Gov. Greg Abbott’s Executive Order GA-09.
The public health crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, and the subsequent economic and energy crises, have been especially devastating for energy producers and blue collar workers in Texas.
These funds come from the Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program authorized by the federal Emergency Appropriations for Coronavirus Health Response and Agency Operations Act.
Texas Secretary of State Ruth Hughs convened via video conference the second Border Trade Advisory Committee (BTAC) meeting of 2020, bringing together stakeholders from throughout the Texas-Mexico border region.
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is urging Texans to shop online or practice strict social distancing measures for in-store purchases during the sales tax holiday for emergency preparation supplies.
Governor's Small Business Webinar Series provides Texas small business owners and entrepreneurs with timely, relevant, and actionable information on COVID-19 recovery resources.
The Texas Legislature is scheduled to convene in less than nine months. The decisions State & Local leaders make between now and then will carry significant weight – so they must start planning for a new world, using new approaches & new thinking to turn the page on this pandemic.
AG Paxton: A voter ill with COVID-19 and un able to appear in-person to vote without assistance or without injuring their health may apply for a ballot by mail; however, fear of contracting COVID-19 does not qualify a person for disability.
These loans will help revitalize our economy and restore Texans’ livelihoods as we respond to COVID-19. Thanks to Goldman Sachs and the LiftFund for providing this lifeline to Texas small businesses and their employees by providing them with the support they need to overcome the challenges posed by COVID-19.