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Opening Day of the 88th Texas Legislature
"...Opening Day of the 88th Texas Legislature on January 10, 2023..."

Jan. 11, 2023 Photo Gallery

Assessing the Damage the 88th Texas Legislature Has Done So Far ... and Bracing for What's Yet to Come
When the Lege hits home
"...The Texas GOP had a bone to pick with a whole..."

June 2, 2023 News Feature by Maggie Q. Thompson

Anti-Queer Laws Just Keep Coming at the Texas Legislature
Out of the closet, into the woods
"...hours to banning health care for trans youth, the 88th Texas Legislature will go down as one of the..."

May 26, 2023 News Feature by Dex Wesley Parra

Wrenching Issues Face First Dobbs-Era Texas Legislature
Pulling the trigger
"...As Texas' "trigger law" took effect last week, piling more penalties..."

Sept. 2, 2022 News Feature by Maggie Q. Thompson

Texas Legislature Failed to Kill Police Oversight Statewide (for Now)
Senate Bill 2209 would have crushed Austin's oversight act
"...officially dead. So supporters of civilian police oversight in Texas can breathe a sigh of relief – for two..."

June 2, 2023 News Feature by Austin Sanders

TribFest Recap: Red and Blue Teams Find Common Ground Before the 88th
Six points of agreement as the new Legislature coalesces
"...The 88th Texas Legislature, to be elected Nov. 8 and to..."

Sept. 25, 2022 News Post by Maggie Q. Thompson

Dan Patrick Reveals His Wish List for the 88th Legislature
Property tax relief, gas plants, and border to gain from $27B surplus
"...Patrick unveiled a list of 21 priorities for the 88th Texas Legislature last week at the Capitol, beginning the..."

Dec. 5, 2022 News Post by Maggie Q. Thompson

Opinion: Vouchers’ Ripple Effect – How They Threaten Texas’ Teacher Retirement System
Texas state Rep. Vikki Goodwin makes the case against public school vouchers
"...special session, which began on October 9. Throughout the 88th legislative session and during the interim, Gov. Abbott has..."

Oct. 13, 2023 Column by Vikki Goodwin

Legislature Signs the Check on a Big Boost for Texas Creative Industries
Rebate funding is up, but it's not as simple as it seems ...
"...Brian Gannon described the new funding totals for the Texas Moving Image Industry Incentive Program. But how much is..."

June 7, 2023 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Texas Lege Preview: These Bills Deserve to Die
Four of the worst measures filed (so far) for the 88th
"...Texas reps have filed a combined 1,635 bills so far..."

Jan. 13, 2023 News Feature by the News Staff

Texas Lege Preview: Parties Agree That Fentanyl Sucks
Bipartisan consensus emerges to tackle opioid overdose crisis
"...There are not many life-or-death issues Texas faces that will be resolved through any sort of..."

Jan. 13, 2023 News Feature by Lina Fisher

Texas Lege Preview: At the Border Is It Lock ’Em Up, or Help Them Out?
The state could help ease the migrant crisis, but not by doing what it's done so far
"...around a poster to reveal his priorities for the 88th Texas Legislature. Toward the bottom read: "Border Security and..."

Jan. 13, 2023 News Feature by Benton Graham

Texes Lege Preview: Will the Sun Set on Texas Commission on Environmental Quality?
Lege, advocates push embattled environmental agency to try harder
"...The embattled Texas Commission on Environmental Quality will have its moment in..."

Jan. 13, 2023 News Feature by Lina Fisher

Breaking Ground: What Three New Studios Mean for the Texas Film Industry
Three new studios in the Austin area could mean space for the film industry to expand
"...the one created by the biggest Volume soundstage in Texas. The technology may be new to many, but they'll..."

March 17, 2023 Screens Feature by Richard Whittaker

TribFest Recap: Can Texas Plan Properly for Droughts and Floods to Come?
Are we "thinking as preciously about water as we can"?
"...the first question from Kiah Collier, reporter for The Texas Tribune and ProPublica and moderator of the “Parched” panel..."

Sept. 25, 2022 News Post by Lina Fisher

Overdose Reversal Training Brings Supplies, Education to Texas State University
To serve and inject
"...exposures in the United States?" Callie Crow asked the Texas State University Police Department last Thursday at TXST's Round..."

Nov. 11, 2022 News Feature by Lina Fisher

Texas Lege Preview: Are School Vouchers a Shoo-In?
House Dems (and rural Republicans) ready to rally for public education
"...Gina Hinojosa, Central Austin's voice on education in the Texas House, has two children in Austin ISD schools. "My..."

Jan. 13, 2023 News Feature by Brant Bingamon

Few Election Surprises as Texas Finally Finishes Its Primaries
The field is set
"...half a million on the Dem side, out of Texas' roughly 17 million registered voters...."

May 27, 2022 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Texas Lege Preview: Guns! Mental Health! Can the Lege Decide?
In the wake of Uvalde massacre, lawmakers float weapon restrictions, new programs
"...averted four of the last five mass shootings in Texas – but a court case last year that overturned..."

Jan. 13, 2023 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Texas Lege Preview: The Lege Has More Cash Than It Wants
Unprecedented $30 billion (and counting) surplus puts conservatives in a bind
"...Not all of Texas' problems can be solved with money (like the incompetence..."

Jan. 13, 2023 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Five Texas Families Sue State Over Ban on Health Care for Trans Youth
ACLU says C U in court
"...With weeks to go before Texas' ban on gender affirming medical care for minors goes..."

July 21, 2023 News Feature by Dex Wesley Parra

Legislature Narrowly Averts Funneling Public School Funds to Private Schools
How schools fared in Texas' 88th legislative session
" public schools and given pay raises to 70,000 Texas teachers. But Gov. Greg Abbott and Republican leaders staked..."

June 2, 2023 News Feature by Brant Bingamon

Will Texas Expand Medical Marijuana Access?
Weed be a lot cooler if we did
"...When the Texas Department of Public Safety announced in January that it..."

April 21, 2023 News Feature by Dex Wesley Parra

Texas' Rickety Health Care System Heads for a Fiscal Cliff
As D.C. dollars dry up, millions of uninsured Texans see no signs of improvement
"...Everything's bigger in Texas – except for the system that's supposed to provide..."

Nov. 19, 2021 News Feature by Beth Sullivan

Silver Linings at the Lege: Texas Moms to Get 12 Months of Free Health Care
And other good news from this legislative session
"...As is always the case in the Texas Legislature, some of the best news out of this..."

June 2, 2023 News Feature by Maggie Q. Thompson

Texas’ New Law Seeks to Kick Out Elected Prosecutors (Especially Ours)
"Rogue prosecutor" law takes effect Sept. 1
"...start a frightening new era for criminal justice in Texas, as the "rogue prosecutor" law takes effect...."

July 7, 2023 News Feature by Maggie Q. Thompson

Will Texas Reduce Marijuana Penalties?
Keep it class C, Texas
"...foreseen the recent partnership between the police and the Texas Department of Public Safety. Although a city spokesperson said..."

May 12, 2023 News Feature by Dex Wesley Parra

Bill of the Week: Texas GOP Targets Transgender Youth
Bill would ban certain treatment for trans kids
"...Many LGBTQ advocacy groups in Texas say that if there’s one anti-trans law to rail..."

March 28, 2023 News Post by Dex Wesley Parra

Texas Lege Preview: Homophobic Holdout
Democrats try to remove anti-gay laws; Republicans don't want kids to be trans
"...As usual in the Texas Legislature, Republicans outnumber Democrats, and bills reducing freedoms for..."

Jan. 13, 2023 News Feature by Maggie Q. Thompson

Texas GOP Still Set on Sending Vigilantes to the Border
Frightening border bills haven't passed yet, but might in special session
"...Star to explicit recommendations from the Attorney General's Office, Texas leaders made clear in the lead-up to the 88th..."

June 2, 2023 News Feature by Benton Graham

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