State Lawmaker Urges United Front On the Issue of Police Reform

State Rep. Garnet Coleman (D-Houston) is encouraging Texas cities to put in place as many police reforms as possible right now. Coleman,...

How are Women Doing in Texas? Lawmakers Respond.

Last week, we shared highlights of the economic hardships women face in Texas based on a 2020 study from the Texas Women’s...

Texas First in the Nation to Hold Online Criminal Trial

History was made this week as Texas held the country’s first ever virtual criminal jury trial — for a traffic ticket. 
USPS

For Rural Texans, The Postal Service Is A Lifeline, But Some Say It’s Been...

The problems with Denice Harlan’s mail didn’t start with COVID-19, the financial challenges of the United States Postal Service or the political tensions before a fiercely...
Paxton Hearing

Paxton Fought $300 Hourly Rate For Attorneys Prosecuting Him, But OKs It For “Rookie”...

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has argued that $300 an hour is too much to pay the two special prosecutors appointed to take him...

Steve Allison’s Troubling History Of Increasing Public Debt

Steve Allison, a candidate running for State Representative in District 121 in Bexar County, claims to have the “experience, expertise, and know-how to fix...

Tony Tinderholt endangers women

Tinderholt continues to endanger women by voting against legislation to help women and are not safe in Texas with him voting.

Recap of the First House Insurance Committee Meeting

The Texas House Committee on Insurance held their first meeting of the 86th Regular Session on Tuesday, Feb. 12. State Rep. Eddie...

A Look at Texas Freshmen Legislators' Accomplishments

Eleventh in an ongoing series With the 86th session of the Texas Legislature in the rear view mirror, we...

Texas Still Behind the Curve When It Comes to Affordable Housing

Texas is one of only two states where landlords are legally allowed to turn away Section 8 voucher-holders as of November of...

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