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If Gov. Greg Abbott calls a second special legislative session this summer, it won’t likely be for redistricting. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton revealed Friday that Abbott has no plans to ask lawmakers to redraw the state's […]
*Editor's note: This story has been updated to reflect a statement from Phillip Huffines. State Rep. Matt Shaheen, R-Plano, has decided not to run for Texas Senate, passing up what could have been a marquee race in the 2018 primary season. […]
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A day before the Texas Legislature ended its special session this week, a session that included a high-profile fight over a bathroom bill that appeared almost certainly dead, David Welch had a message for Gov. Greg Abbott: call lawmakers […]
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Texas ran afoul of the Voting Rights Act by restricting the interpretation assistance English-limited voters may receive at the ballot box, a federal appeals court found. In an opinion issued Wednesday, a three-judge panel of the U.S. 5th […]
The University of North Texas System has picked a top administrator at NASA as its next chancellor. Lesa Roe will be the first woman to lead the UNT System. She was named sole finalist for the job on Thursday. Under state law, she must remain a […]
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