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Texas has more than 200 freestanding ERs. Lawmakers just passed bills to combat patient...

By Elizabeth Byrne, The Texas Tribune Ten years ago, Texas became the first state to allow licenses for independent freestanding emergency rooms. Since then, just...
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Through the lens: The 86th Texas Legislature in photos

By Miguel Gutierrez Jr. and John Jordan, The Texas Tribune From the first day of the session on Jan. 8 to adjournment sine die on...
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Lawmakers pass bills to better fund Texas parks, historic sites — if voters approve

By Carlos Anchondo, The Texas Tribune State parks and historic sites across Texas could receive a much-needed bump in funding in the not-so-distant future. In a...
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Texas lawmakers are done. Here are this session’s winners and losers.

By Patrick Svitek, The Texas Tribune AUSTIN -- The 86th Texas Legislature gaveled out Monday after a 140-day session that saw a major breakthrough on...
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Texas teachers often spend their own money on supplies. This year, lawmakers are pondering...

By Forrest Milburn, The Texas Tribune Every class period, Kassandra Peterson sees at least one of her students fall asleep at a desk because he...
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Hey, Texplainer: Why can’t we create a statewide property tax to fund public education?

By Alex Samuels, The Texas Tribune Today’s Texplainer is inspired by a question from Texas Tribune reader, Milton. Hey, Texplainer: Why can’t we create a...
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Gov. Greg Abbott, legislative leaders assert confidence as deadline to cut property taxes nears

By Aliyya Swaby and Cassandra Pollock, The Texas Tribune Showing their usual united front, the state’s “Big Three” political leaders on Friday tried to remake...
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Change in tax bill would let many cities and counties raise property tax levies...

By Shannon Najmabadi and Cassandra Pollock, The Texas Tribune After revisions made in the Texas House, more than a thousand smaller taxing units may not...
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Texas Senate sneaking MORE STAAR problems into school finance bill

AUSTIN -- Only hours ago, Texas Monthly announced that the Senate Education Committee is essentially pulling a fast one on Texas students and families...
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After Supreme Court ruling, Texas bills would bring in $850 million in online sales...

By Edgar Walters, The Texas Tribune Texans who shop online could soon see purchase prices go up — filling the state treasury by roughly a...