Chancellor Cesar Maldonado of HCC is taking a three-day junket to Cuba, with taxpayers covering the $6,000 bill.Read More →
The pension plan that Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner announced this week is about as realistic as Houston can handle right now.Read More →
The Supreme Court of Texas heard arguments Wednesday on whether to write a loophole into state public records law that would allow government agencies to avoid public scrutiny and disregard basic public records procedures simply by invoking “magic words.” The court could also decide to eliminate a previous loophole it created, but most of its public […]Read More →
The Texas Public Policy Foundation filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the city of Austin that raises questions about the nature of public sector unions.Read More →
The Securities and Exchange Commission’s fraud case against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton could be dismissed within the next 30 days, after a federal judge subjected the commission’s attorneys to harsh questioning Friday morning.
“You’re basically asking me to create a new general rule” requiring disclosure of compensation, Federal District Judge Amos L. Mazzant, III told SEC attorney Matt Gulde.Read More →