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Freshman State Senator Sarah Eckhardt Lays Out Her Agenda
Sarah Eckhardt prepares for an uncertain session
"...Texas Senate, bills from past sessions and those prefiled for this one, while engaging with state agencies, community stakeholders,..."

Jan. 15, 2021 News Feature by Austin Sanders

COVID-19 Turns the Texas Lege's Routines Upside Down
The challenge ahead – how to get back to the business of legislating without staging a superspreader event
"...leaders are determined that the show must go on for the 87th Texas Legislature. That will mean bringing lawmakers,..."

Jan. 15, 2021 News Feature by Brant Bingamon

Texas, D.C. Dems Raise Funds and the Roof at Johnson-Jordan Dinner
DNC chair: "Opportunity everywhere" in "largest battleground state"
"...votes,” “not the ATM anymore!” and more. The MC for the event, Fort Bend County Court-at-Law Judge Toni Wallace,..."

Oct. 6, 2019 News Post by Mike Clark-Madison

Beto O'Rourke's Long, Hot Road to the Texas Primary
We report from the 2020 Democratic campaign trail on whether all the blue, sweat, and beers are worth it
"...They're out early, long before lunchtime, in the off-and-on rain, staking out corners and..."

Sept. 27, 2019 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Central Texas Lawmakers Speak Out About the 86th Legislative Session
Interviews with the team representing 2.1 million Austin metro residents
"...the 2019 season. The following interviews have been edited for length and clarity; our longer conversations with the delegation..."

Jan. 4, 2019 News Feature by the News Staff

Rep. John Bucy III on the 86th Texas Legislature
“We’ve got to do everything we can to keep attention on Medicaid expansion”
"...Texas Charter School Academic & Athletic League (TCSAAL), and former chair of the Williamson County Democratic Party. – Michael..."

Jan. 4, 2019 News Feature by Michael King

Jolt Aims to Energize the Latino Vote
Local activist nonprofit engages a growing demographic
"...a significant tradition marking a Latina's transition to adulthood. For them, the point wasn't to revel in the festivities,..."

Sept. 1, 2017 News Feature by Mary Tuma

Looking at the Lege After a Flaccid Special Session
Alpha males Abbott and Patrick can't get their red meat passed
"...the very real possibility that lawmakers may be back for another court-ordered special session on congressional redistricting (see "Congressional..."

Aug. 18, 2017 News Feature by the News Staff

A Legislative Session Just for Dan Patrick
How much can go wrong in 30 days?
"...Yet that respite was brief. Just a few days before sine die (Monday, May 29), Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick..."

June 16, 2017 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

The Return of the Lege
State’s 85th Legislature already a battle of House and Senate
" and county finances – that he intends to force through both chambers. Speaker Joe Straus – broadly expected..."

Jan. 6, 2017 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

Public Citizen Tom “Smitty” Smith Looks Back on a Life Well Lived
The man in the white hat's relentless hard work and willed optimism
"...Chapter of the Sierra Club was not unusual in form. The man known universally as "Smitty" schmoozed with the..."

Dec. 16, 2016 News Feature by Michael King

Perry Signs Education Bill: Now What?
Gov signs off on HB5 after veto speculation
"...Perry might veto the comprehensive graduation and school accountability reforms in House Bill 5. Now he's done the reverse,..."

June 10, 2013 News Post by Richard Whittaker

Lege Lines
This week the Lege takes on wrongful convictions, medical marijuana, and dark money
"...MOWING THE GRASS National support for legalizing medical marijuana may have reached an all-time high..."

May 17, 2013 News Column

Geopolitical Fault Lines
Austin's latest attempt at single-member districts is getting a mixed response
"...human character after a victory, generally set aside ideology for an hour and reserve their short remarks for thanking..."

July 6, 2012 News Feature by Josh Rosenblatt

Hughes Drinks the Conservative Kool-Aid
Speaker hopeful threatens lege process in far right pandering
"...a "teletownhall" held by right wing think tank Empower Texans PAC and hosted by Texans for Fiscal Responsibility head..."

June 6, 2012 News Post by Richard Whittaker

The Big May Takeaway
Highlights of last night's GOP and Democratic primaries
"...Great night for Lloyd Doggett: After all that gerrymandering baloney, the voters..."

May 30, 2012 News Post by Richard Whittaker

A GOP Sampler: Primary Highlights
The Republican primary in a nuthouse ... er, nutshell
"...are basically Lite Guv Dewhurst and the also-rans, although former solicitor general Cruz and former Dallas mayor Lep­pert (with..."

May 18, 2012 News Feature by Michael King

Seeing Red in House District 47
Downton and Workman campaigns are black and blue in Travis' only red district
"...the GOP was carving up the state in the redistricting process. Back then, Downton was counsel to the House..."

May 18, 2012 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

May 29 Primary Elections: The 'Chronicle' Endorsements
"...He's a strong candidate who will make the case for Texas Democratic values. U.S. Rep., District 10: Tawana L...."

May 11, 2012 News Feature

CD 35: Doggett, Romo, Alvarado
Democrats face off in (or just outside) this gerrymandered district
"...of the radically gerrymandered district. Only little-known retired Air Force veteran Maria Luisa Alvarado lives in 35 – although..."

May 11, 2012 News Feature by Michael King

Welcome to the Circus!
The redistricting fight and the grassroots politics of chaos
"...trials, delays, allegations, and political infighting, the 2012 Texas redistricting process seems to have reached a resolution – at..."

March 9, 2012 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

Texans Warm to Redistricting Reform
Sen. Wentworth greets new poll numbers
"...Amidst the carnage of redistricting, some unsurprising news: A large number of Texans want..."

Feb. 24, 2012 News Post by Richard Whittaker

Riding the Pinwheel
The GOP redraws the map of Texas – brazenly sidestepping most of the state's newest voters
"...waiting to testify against a really bad state Senate redistricting map that would unnecessarily carve up Travis County four..."

Aug. 26, 2011 News Feature by Lee Nichols

Perry's Pride: Not So Special Tally
Perry always declares victory, even when he loses
"...and lawmakers had achieved. But when Perry initially called for the special session on May 30, he did so..."

July 8, 2011 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

Show Them the Need
The great GOP wave breaks on the realities of the actual cost of government
"...did not return (or rather, did not stay around) for the current special session because (as Gov. Perry would..."

June 10, 2011 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

Point Austin: What Do They Conserve?
The 82nd Legislature sets a new standard for official recklessness
"...Democratic Rep. Ana Hernandez Luna took the front mic for a personal privilege speech on the subject of undocumented..."

May 13, 2011 News Column by Michael King

The Shape of Things to Come
Early steps in the redistricting process raise issues of race and representation
"...The redistricting of Texas political districts, required after every federal census,..."

April 15, 2011 News Feature by Lee Nichols

Redistricting: Try This on for Size
One group's idea for new Congressional lines
"...I'm currently at a hearing on redistricting at the Capitol, and a group called Texans for..."

April 7, 2011 News Post by Lee Nichols

This Way to the Big Top!
From budget disaster to hysterical bloodletting, the legislative circus is back in town
"...step they took after hard-line conservatives scuttled any attempts for a consensus version)...."

Jan. 14, 2011 News Feature by Richard Whittaker

Sacrificing Seniority
Conservatives could cost Republicans committee appointments
"...Legislature, being a member of the majority party counts for a lot, but tenure can count for more. So..."

Feb. 16, 2010 News Post by Richard Whittaker

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