Senator Creighton’s bill would open W.G. Jones State Forest to “private commercial uses,” but – BREAKING NEWS – Creighton announces later today that he’ll remove that language from the bill

Conroe, March 28 – Conroe and area residents are up in arms about Senator Brandon Creighton (R-The Woodlands) who quietly introduced Senate Bill 1964 on March 10, 2017, to little fanfare and no mention in his newsletter or information reports, because the Bill would open the W. Goodrich Jones State Forest to “private commercial uses.” […]

Federal courts interfere with Texas voter ID reforms, Texas Legislature struggles to find workable answer

DAVID SALEH RAUF, Associated Press AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — President Donald Trump’s administration has abandoned an Obama-era challenge to a 2011 Texas voter ID law that is among the toughest in the nation. Civil rights groups are still contesting the Texas law in federal court, but without the muscle of the federal government behind them. Here are answers to key questions […]

Lt. Governor Dan Patrick on Commissioner James Noack: “This commissioner has shown courage in the fight for property tax relief!”

  Houston, February 20 – In a major news conference, Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick told Texas citizens about Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack, “This commissioner has shown courage in the fight for property tax relief!” Patrick, Senator Paul Bettencourt (R-Houston), and Senator Brandon Creighton (R-The Woodlands) thanked Commissioner Noack for supporting broad tax relief across […]