Texans are still reeling from the tragedy that Hurricane Harvey wrought on our state. We mourn the loss of over 60 lives, the disruption and anxiety for millions more, and the harm to people and property across the state.
From everyone at CPPP, our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath. The stories, images and reports of devastation are heartbreaking. Yet we are so inspired by the resiliency and good-heartedness of Texans
All workers, regardless of what kind of job they do or how much they earn, should be able to care for themselves or a loved one. Unfortunately an estimated 40 percent of Texas workers are at risk of losing wages
Today U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Trump Administration would end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in six months. This spiteful executive action runs counter to what has made America and Texas great. Our country
Hurricane Harvey will affect Texans’ access to health care in many ways. People may need to replace medications lost or forgotten during an evacuation or damaged by flooding. When displaced, people may need health care from out-of-network providers. Doctors, clinics,
Increase state support to public schools. The Texas Legislature is again threatening to interfere with local communities by limiting the ability of local governments to raise the revenue they need to deliver public safety, health care, parks, libraries and other services
It’s the middle of July in Texas, and most of us would rather be playing with our families at our favorite swimming hole and focusing on the policies that will benefit all Texans. Instead we’re headed back to the Capitol