Abbott reiterated Tuesday that Texas schoolchildren will not face mask requirements as they return to school later this summer.
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Senate Bill 1 and House Bill 3 will be the starting points for the Legislature's efforts to tighten Texas voting laws. Here's what the bills would do.
The Joshua ISD board of trustees unanimously voted to lift the district mask requirement during a regularly scheduled meeting on Monday. The decision was made following Gov. Greg Abbott’s recent decision to lift the statewide mask order, and after reviewing three surveys that were sent out to district staff, students and parents and the community from March 8-12.
Gov. Greg Abbott today announced that he has waived the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness testing requirements for the 2019-20 school year. Additionally, Abbott is requesting that the Department of Education waive federal testing requirements for the 2019-20 school year.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently proposed to update its monitoring requirements and to simplify meal patterns in the National Lunch and School Breakfast Programs in its Food and Nutrition Service.
Readers recently shared their thoughts upon learning that the age requirement for Texans to purchase tobacco products — including cigarettes a…
AUSTIN — It took a lawsuit to clear the way for a Texas woman to practice eyebrow threading without 750 training hours, but a push to deregulate occupational licensing could further cut or streamline regulations for scores of jobs across the state.
AUSTIN — Texas would get some help under the House Agriculture Committee’s 2018 farm bill, but critics say the proposed legislation would leave a bad taste in the mouths of residents who rely on federal food assistance.