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There’s a new student paper coming to university campuses in Texas — courtesy of the Republican Party of Texas.
The politically powerful hospital was poised to lose millions in Medicaid reimbursements under a hospital funding shuffle — until it reached out to lawmakers with its concerns.
Libertarians launch a new political action committee, Texas Libertarios, to show Latinos they have more choices than just Republicans and Democrats.
The Texas Forensic Science Commission has delayed its decision on the Cameron Todd Willingham case one more time — and now, it's scheduled for after the Nov. 2 election.
Republican state representatives and House candidates have pledged $200,000 to the Republican Party of Texas in the last week.
Texas has fired off another volley of legal challenges against federal environmental regulators.
Members of the State Board of Education’s hard-right wing appear poised to inject themselves into the national fray over Islamic influence in America with a resolution warning textbook publishers that a “pro-Islamic/anti-Christian bias has tainted some past Texas Social Studies textbooks.”
Despite opposition from Hill Country landowners, the Texas Public Utility Commission declined to throw out one of the proposed wind-power transmission lines through Hill Country during an open meeting this morning.
“I tend not to hold back,” said state Rep. Debbie Riddle, R-Tomball, at a Wednesday morning TribLive event. True to her word, she went on to denounce what she referred to as the “liberal, progressive, godless way.”