An End of Week Win For Embattled Paxton

A Harris County judge has ruled that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s trial on securities fraud charges should take place in Collin...

Another Court Finds Abbott Mail Ballot Drop-Off Limitations Wrong

A state appeals court in Austin has upheld a district court ruling that blocked Gov. Greg Abbott’s order limiting Texas counties to...

Another Paxton Whistleblower Fired; One Talks to the Media

For the second time this week, there is word of a firing of one of the whistleblowers in Texas Attorney General Ken...

More Texans File for Jobless Aid as State’s Economic Recovery Slows

An additional 50,819 Texans filed unemployment claims in the week ending Oct. 17, the U.S. Department of Labor reported Thursday. Nationally, 787,000...

Texas Social Workers Prepare to Fight Removal of LGBTQ, Disabled Protections

After prompting from Gov. Greg Abbott, the Texas State Board of Social Workers voted unanimously last week to remove protections regarding sexual...

Beto O’Rourke Joining Texas State University Faculty

When he’s done helping turn out the Texas vote for the November election, Beto O’Rourke is headed back to college. Texas State...

Paxton Fires AG Office Whistleblower

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has fired one of the employees who blew the whistle about his alleged bribery and misuse of...

Opinion: Social Workers Here to Help, Not Deny Services to LGBTQ People

I have been a social worker for 10 years and a gay, Latino Texan since birth. I take pride in what I...

Texas Among 11 States Suing Google

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton joined the U.S. Justice Department and 10 other Republican attorneys general in filing a civil antitrust lawsuit...

Patrick Doubles Down on Sacrificing Seniors in Favor of Economy in 2020

Appearing on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson show Monday evening, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick doubled down on his inflammatory comments from last March...

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