Chick-fil-A Rescue Gets Initial OK
as Other Conservative Bills Perish
House casualty list has Confederate markers, election piracy, power grid security and local reg limits.
Rare Sunday Session Could Be
Stage for Confirmation Gamble
Secretary of state nomination that's been pending on every calendar in May not on Monday schedule.
Abbott Not Giving Up on Whitley
Amid Senate Power Play Visions
Governor refuses to surrender on confirmation with scheme that relies on vanishing Democrats.
Potential Light in Senate Tunnel
Could Be Baby Medical Pot Step
East wing hearing could be sign that Texas won't be falling even further behind neighboring states.
Hard Right Agenda Going Down Again Despite Late Scrambling
Conservatives pin consolation hope on election security and Chick-fil-A bill as lone religious liberty survivor.
Beer Rivals Fire Peace Pipe Up
with Huge Win for Craft Brewers
Brutal industry battle appears to end with truce that's rare setback for wholesale distributors group.
Dem Picks New Fight with Hurd
as Latest Bush Eyes 2020 Race
Ortiz Jones wants rematch with GOP lawmaker who had Beto boost while a Bush surfaces as possibility.
Senate Panel OKs Sunset Bill
Amid Deal on Craft Beer Sales
TABC plan advances in chamber where fllor amendment could give smaller brewers tentative win.
Tax Swap Aftermath Could Cost
Lawmaker Gig on Patrick Station
Bonnen House Sets New Mark
for Production Line at Deadline
Bid to Raise House Bill from Dead
Could Be Campaign Springboard
GOP Takes Aim at LGBT Dems
in Chick-fil-A Bill Revenge Vow
House Dems Get the Message
Before Bill Raised from Grave
Dead Republican Tax Swap
Has Primary Anxiety Rising