Lisa Luby Ryan wants to serve in the Texas Legislature. She has a responsibility to protect public health. How can we trust her to do that?
Over the course of her tenure in the Legislature, State Representative Linda Koop (R-Dallas) has been a consistent force and contributor toward Texans not having health care.
As children head back to school, cases of measles highlights the serious risks of unvaccinated kids in the classroom.
If the people Tinderholt is supposed to represent can’t trust him to do that, what can they trust him to do?
If the people Swanson is supposed to represent can’t trust her to do that, what can they trust her to do?
Senator Konni Burton is gaining favor with an extremist group and putting Texas students at risk.
When it comes to priorities, Burton’s made it clear that she’s a senator for insurers, not for her constituents.
When it comes to the issue of living wage, Texas lawmakers have a real big problem with the Golden Rule.
As an elected official, Dwayne Bohac has a responsibility to protect the health and safety of Texas kids. If the people he is supposed to represent can’t trust him to do that, what can they trust him to do?
In today’s world it is all too common for individuals to deny science and medical advice, even in the face of clear evidence of the
Dennis Paul chooses special interest endorsements over the health and well being of Texas children.
A report released by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) said that drug overdoses, most of them related to opioids, caused the deaths of more new mothers than any other cause between 2012 and 2015.
Shaheen and several of his Dallas area colleagues opposed the insurance mandate for mental health services, as well as speech and hearing disability assistance.
A majority of believe healthy children “should be required to be vaccinated in order to attend public schools because of the potential risk for others when children are not vaccinated.”
State Representative Tony Dale (R – Cedar Park) says fighting for kids is one of his top priorities, but his endorsement by fringe, anti-science special interests says otherwise.
Protecting public health should be a common-sense, basic responsibility of the Texas Legislature. But State Representative Ron Simmons (R – Carrollton) thinks he knows better.
Drugs on preferred drugs lists require less paperwork from physicians for approval, and thus are prescribed more often.
A report ranks Texas 51 out of all 50 states and Washington D.C. when it comes to providing health care.
Infectious diseases are on the rise in Texas. In 2017-18, the flu was responsible for 9,470 deaths across Texas, with more than 2,150 deaths in
Science is real. Here's hoping State Rep. Sarah Davis keeps fighting the anti-vaxxers and protects Texans from epidemics
It may be hard to believe but there are still Texans who are ardent opponents of immunization, despite the wealth of hard evidence they are