But the bill is backed by Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, as well as far-right super PACS like the "Conservative Republicans of Texas". But, of course, lawmakers passing more bills means more laws - something our question-asker Kelly Harper admits has its own issues.
"I need to know that I can have the same expectation of privacy no matter where I am in the state of Texas if I'm using one of these facilities", Simmons said. "Tell the lieutenant governor I don't want the suicide of a single Texan on my hands". "And, I think, anything that promotes deliberation and transparency in the process is probably a good thing".
Overall, government regulation can add up to 25 percent to the price of housing units, much of that due to local restrictions. The bill passed during the regular session in the Senate - which for years has championed school vouchers - but stalled in the House.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz has been talking up his health plan.
Operation Secure Texas was launched in 2014 as a coordinated effort between the Texas Department of Public Safety, Texas National Guard, and federal law enforcement to secure Texas' border with Mexico.
The task will be no easier this time for Texas Democrats, who haven't won a statewide race since 1994.
Let me offer a modest proposal for zero-premium insurance.
"The mission will not change, nor will citizens notice a difference with the mission", Walters said.
As Mayors, we are dedicated to delivering quality services to our residents and attracting new businesses to move Texas forward.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT LIMITS: The Legislature should cap state and local spending, prevent cities from restricting tree-cutting practices on private land and bar local governments from modifying rules on construction projects once they've begun, Abbott said.
"He is unrivaled right now in politics". The legislation stalled in the House before a compromise limited to public schools was approved as an amendment.
IBM has taken out full-page ads in major Texas newspapers condemning the proposed legislation and has dispatched nearly 20 top executives to lobby lawmakers, The Texas Tribune reported. The state budget balanced without paying down the cost of running the schools. "There is no more money".
"Ideally we would just pass that and just wrap it up and go home", said Sen.
Patrick has been taking plenty of jabs at Straus' opposition to the special session, and that continued on Monday.
Re: July 7 article, "Perry touts importance of coal-fired power plants".
"They win if they win and they win if they lose", Johnson said. "You've heard him say again and again and again that you have to put billions and billions of dollars into public education".
Even though Austin is a favorite target of tree-preservation-rule opponents, Mars said, City Council members have been careful about the way they write their ordinances.
"A bonus is not a pay raise".
Texas has been a Petri dish for conservative Christian policies and their effects.
How does the leadership feel about it? Who is against this?