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McALLEN, Texas (AP) — A group of Texas Democratic congressmen want more details about preliminary plans to build a section of President Donald Trump's proposed border wall through a federal wildlife refuge, saying such a move could do serious damage to the environment.
Texas State University’s Joe Falocco, an associate professor in the Department of English, has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities grant in support of his “Teaching Shakespeare’s Plays” project.
Texas has long been a leader in energy production, which puts our politicians in a unique position when it comes to climate change.
While politicians need to protect one of their state's booming industries, they also must balance the fact that at least some of the energy Texas produces is harming the environment.
Congressional Democrats are starting to push back against conservative influence groups that are rallying around tax reform with a public relations blitz.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump's abrupt decision Wednesday to ban transgender individuals from serving in the military caught key Texas lawmakers by surprise, and drew sharply divergent views.
Rep. Mac Thornberry, chairman of the House Armed Services committee, had no idea the decision was coming.
Republican members of the U.S. House representing Central Texas were silent Tuesday on the revelation that Donald Trump Jr. in 2016 sought damaging information on Hillary Clinton from a Russian government official to benefit his father’s presidential campaign.