The Church of Scotland voted earlier this month to appoint people who are in same-sex civil partnerships as deacons and ministers.
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The Texas Senate voted 26-5 Tuesday to authorize $3 billion in bonds for construction and renovation projects at 64 campuses of public universities, health-related schools and technical colleges.
For community colleges in Texas, any economic news seems to be bad news.
The former chair of the Texas Transportation Commission knows what you’re thinking as you travel through any of a myriad of Metroplex road projects.
AUSTIN — The Senate voted unanimously Tuesday to reform state contracting rules and strengthen oversight of contracts at all state agencies. The action came in response to revelations of financial irregularities at the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.
AUSTIN — The governor and state health officials would be given expanded authority to deal with Ebola and other infectious disease outbreaks under legislation the Senate approved Tuesday.
The Texas House tentatively approved a $210 billion budget in the wee hours Wednesday after a marathon debate that began at noon the day before.
As the Health and Human Services Commission continues to face fierce criticism for contracting problems, one pressing question remains unanswered: Will Executive Commissioner Kyle Janek keep his job?
AUSTIN — The Texas House Energy Resources Committee overwhelmingly approved a bill that would keep cities from regulating certain aspects of oil and gas, including adopting fracking bans.
Over strong objections from Democrats, the Texas Senate tentatively approved a bill Monday that would give A-through-F letter grades to individual school campuses each year.