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After weeks of speculation about how he would be able to do it unilaterally, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced he has signed an executive order to extend the life of the state agency that oversees the plumbing industry. 
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One of the few licensed trades in Texas will no longer be regulated after lawmakers in Austin failed to extend the life of the state agency that oversees plumbers.
A Texas Senate committee has signed off on a proposed ban on city ordinances that require private employers to provide paid sick leave to employees.
Greg Abbott State of the State
Texas Governor Greg Abbott delivered his State of the State Address today, where he layed his agenda for the 2019 Texas Legislative Session. Watch his address below:
On Friday, January 25, 2019 Fox News held a Town Hall Meeting on border security at the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa. A very upscale hotel to say the least. A limited amount of people were sent...
Incumbent Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott leads his Democrat opponent by a whopping 29% according to the state's oldest and most reliable statewide survey project- the Texas Interested Citizens (TIC)...
Today on the floor, I spoke ahead of the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey’s landfall on the Texas Coast. Excerpts of my floor remarks are below, and video can be found here. 
Texas Governor Greg Abbott asked former U.S. Representative Blake Farenthold (R-TX) to pay for the cost of the special election forced by his resignation. Farenthold announced his exit following a revelation that he used...
Gov. Greg Abbott has surprised many observers of Texas politics by actively campaigning to defeat three incumbent Republican members of the Texas House of Representatives in their bids for re-election – Lyle Larson from San...
The legal battles over the state's political maps and voter ID requirements will extend into 2018. Here's what to expect.
In a move that surprised veterans of the legislative process in Austin, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott this week said he would act unilaterally to extend the life of the state agency that oversees plumbers.
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Months ago when the Big Three first unveiled this session’s signature property tax “relief” bill, and remember it was introduced as the “Property Tax Reform and Relief Act of 2019,” they were flanked at a news conference by...
The Republican-led push to cancel out mandatory paid sick leave rules for private employers in Austin, San Antonio, and any other city that tries something similar began in earnest today as Gov. Greg Abbott told a crowd of...
It’s been 46 years since the Supreme Court ruled on Roe v Wade allowing abortion to poison the land of the free. It started in Texas when Norma McCorvey known as ‘Jane Roe’ thought of having an abortion and filed a lawsuit...
Under its new Speaker Dennis Bonnen, the Texas House of Representatives is looking to increase the state’s public education funding by $10.1 billion, according to the legislative budget estimates it released t
Ahead of the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey’s landfall, my team and I launched a page on my website for Texans with information on disaster aid legislation passed since the storm, flood mitigation projects...
Free speech.  Do you have a right to speak your mind freely at work?  If you think that you do, you could be mistaken.  Well, hang on.  You're free to say what you want, you just aren't free from the consequences your speech...
We have been watching the Progressives tear our country apart, bit by bit, for decades.  Their agenda should be obvious by now — they want a horrendous federal government to be the sole power to control American...
Gov. Greg Abbott has now traveled to two Republican Texas House members’ districts to campaign against them, repeatedly call them “liberals,” and make clear that even uttering opposition to a key mechanism for his...
Thanks to Governor Abbott's aggressive push for the money needed to prevent future flooding. My sources tell us the State is ready to do its part. So where is the Federal Government?

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