Whatever you want to call conditions on the southern border, that and lax enforcement in the interior make public acceptance of an amnesty less likely.
A recent state Supreme Court decision makes it clear that the Legislature, not the Corporation Commission, has the final say.
The governor has no legal authority to order schools to reopen. But he’s right, it’s time. Meanwhile, the Legislature is struggling to find the right balance regarding its role in an emergency.
Direct election of the president would require uniform, national election standards. H.R. 1 isn’t a good start to that discussion.
The Covid relief bill was a perversion of the budget process to enable a partisan cramdown on Keynesian stimulus and non-Covid redistribution. More to come.
Proponents said that it wouldn’t impact small business. State Sen. J.D. Mesard figured out a way to ensure it doesn’t without running afoul of the Voter Protection Act.
A thought surfaced by the Dominion Voting Systems defamation lawsuits and one filed against state Sen. Wendy Rogers.
It embraces a dangerously broad view of the scope of the Legislature’s subpoena power, and puts ballots and voting machines in the untrustworthy hands of the Senate GOP caucus.
Republicans in the State Senate are acting as though voters gave them a mandate. Voters didn’t.
Why should Dreamers have to wait until 2023 to receive in-state tuition?