Squeezed by Medicare cuts and a growing number of uninsured patients, rural hospital districts in Texas are worried that the Legislature's property tax reform package could rock small health care providers or force them to scale back services.
After being rebuked by Gov. Greg Abbott for the state's botched review of the voter rolls, the director of the Texas Department of Public Safety took "full responsibility" Tuesday for providing data to the secretary of state's office that included thousands of individuals whose citizenship should never have been in question.
WASHINGTON – A day after U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sent a clear message to her Democratic caucus that she would not support the impeachment of President Donald Trump., U.S. Rep. Al Green responded with a message of his own: another impeachment vote is coming to the House floor anyway.
In declaring a national emergency to build a border wall last month, President Trump described the move as the fastest path to construction — and Texas is one of the administration's top priorities for the next round of barrier building.
CORPUS CHRISTI — In late August 2017, as Hurricane Harvey churned over the Gulf of Mexico, staffers at the Texas State Aquarium closely monitored the storm's approach. They were particularly concerned about the impact of the storm on the aquarium's Wildlife Rescue Center, an animal hospital and rehabilitation center housed in a decades-old warehouse 2 miles from the main campus.