A few of the funding priorities expressed by the executive, legislative and judicial branches are not covered in Senate Bill 2, the state’s tentatively approved appropriations bill for fiscal years 2020 and 2021.
Well they say that March comes in like a Lion and goes out like a Lamb. I certainly believe that. We have been experiencing some strong winds; although really appreciate
A San Antonio federal judge on Feb. 27 ordered Texas Secretary of State David Whitley not to purge the names of voters whose registrations he challenged as being potentially fraudulent.
The Texas House Democratic Caucus on Feb. 21 announced its “Texas Kids First” education-funding package that would include all-day pre-kindergarten, teacher raises and retirement and property tax reform. “We hope
Dear Rusty: My understanding is that once I’m on Medicare the HSAcannot be used. I have prescriptions that cost more with the Medicare Insurance than paying cash, so why