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A Lege wrap-up conversation with state Reps. Gonzalez, Leach and Springer: Join The Texas Tribune for a Wednesday morning conversation about how the Texas House did during the 86th legislative session with state Reps. Mary Gonzalez, Jeff Leach and Drew Springer, moderated by Texas Tribune co-founder and CEO Evan Smith. We previously hosted all three law...
Analysis: Tinkering with the 2020 elections in the Texas Legislature: Editor's note: If you'd like an email notice whenever we publish Ross Ramsey's column, click here. Election tampering doesn’t require fraud or breaking the law. It takes place, to a greater or lesser extent, every two years — whenever the Texas Legislature convenes in Austin. Lawmakers ...
This session's biggest mental health bill just got killed on a technicality: A mental health bill prioritized by state leaders was killed by a procedural maneuver Tuesday evening in the Texas House. State Rep. Jonathan Stickland, R-Bedford, raised a "point of order" on Senate Bill 10, which would create a Texas Mental Health Consortium bringing psychiatric profes...

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