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Liveblog: What's Left for the 83rd Legislature : The clock is ticking for lawmakers hard at work to pass prize bills in the final days of the 83rd legislative session.
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John Dickinson, co-owner of the Iron Horse Pub, says many Wichita Falls residents have helped those affected or wanted to do and now they want to do the same.
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David Jones, Chief Executive Officer/Scout Executive for the Boy Scouts of America Yucca Council speaks about the new policy regarding Gays in the Scouts at a press Conference Thursday at their headquarters at 7601 Lockheed Drive.
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Rep. Giovanni Capriglione, R-Southlake , speaks with Rep. Steve Toth, R-The Woodlands , and another state rep on the Texas House floor in late April.
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When Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana wanted to sell his plan to replace his state's income tax with a higher sales tax, he pointed to Texas as both the problem and the solution.
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Gov. Rick Perry has condemned the decision by Boy Scouts of America's national leadership on Thursday to admit openly gay scouts.
The Boy Scouts of America threw open its ranks Thursday to gay Scouts but not gay Scout leaders - a fiercely contested compromise that some warned could fracture the organization and lead to mass defections of members and donors.
Newscast Media AUSTIN-Texas' "Merry Christmas Bill," which is intended to defend free speech on the issue of "traditional holidays," reached Governor Rick Perry's desk on Wednesday, and he is expected to sign it despite critics saying that the bill violates the separation between church and state.
The state of Texas is turning down billions of federal dollars that would have paid for health care coverage for 1.5 million poor Texans.
State lawmakers have given final approval to a bill requiring an audit of Gov. Rick Perry's deal-closing Texas Enterprise Fund.
Health care protesters interruped Gov. Rick Perry's keynote address at Governor's Small Business Forum's 2013 Texas Global Business Summit on Wednesday, May 22, 2013.
Gov. Rick Perry hasn't yet said whether he's running for re-election - but Attorney General Greg Abbott doesn't appear to be waiting for him to make up his mind.
A group pressing for health care expansion got some face time with Gov. Rick Perry on Wednesday, after dogging him for months and disrupting a luncheon speech.
Texas came a step closer to requiring some applicants for unemployment benefits to first undergo drug testing, when lawmakers gave final approval to a Republican-backed bill mandating such checks on Wednesday.
About two dozen protesters who want Texas to expand Medicaid loaded in a van headed to a meeting with Gov.
Gov. Rick Perry gets most of the credit or blame, depending on your point of view, for Texas' refusal to expand Medicaid.
In a positively Bloombergian piece of legislation, a bill that would ban the sale of sugary drinks in Texas elementary and middle schools is off to be possibly signed by Governor Rick Perry.