In the Roundup: George P. Bush calls on conservatives to back his father’s former primary foe, Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine swings through Texas and a Republican congressman is reportedly being asked to challenge U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz in 2018.
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush has reached a settlement with the longtime managers of the Alamo, whom he fired last year in a move that set off a protracted fight over a library collection on the grounds of the state-owned monument.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick on Thursday vowed to pass a bigger and better tax credit scholarship program — and possibly other school choice legislation — out of the Senate in 2017 and this time get it to the Governor's desk.
On this week's TribCast, Emily talks to Evan, Ross and Patrick about the Houston mayoral runoff, Ted Cruz's poll numbers in first-test Iowa and Land Commissioner George P. Bush's "dogcatcher" comments on a fundraising call for his dad.
The Texas land commissioner on Tuesday asked to joined seven North Texas families in a federal lawsuit that accuses the U.S. Bureau of Land Management of perpetuating an “arbitrary seizure” of land along the Red River.
Four of the five statewide elected officials eligible to move out of the capital city following the Nov. 3 passage of Proposition 3, which repealed the state capital residency requirement, said they'll continue to call Austin home.
Jeb Bush's presidential campaign is planning a major fundraising push next week in Houston that is expected to include three generations of his famous family, including Land Commissioner George P. Bush.