AUSTIN — 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
AUSTIN — With the filing of legislation that would give teachers an across-theboard pay increase, Texas lawmakers showed progress toward solving the complex issues of school finance and property tax
AUSTIN — 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
AUSTIN — The Texas House Democratic Caucus on Feb. 21 announced its “Texas Kids First” education-funding package that would include all-day prekindergarten, teacher raises and retirement and property tax reform.
AUSTIN — When Texas legislatures meet every two years, lawmakers’ singular, must-do assignment is to produce a state budget. Toward that goal, the Senate Finance Committee held meetings on Feb.