The conservative think tank, Texas Public Policy Foundation announced it’s lawsuit against the City of Austin challenging it’s Paid Sick Leave Ordinance.
Todd Smith, Texas Republican Sid Miller’s long-time political consultant reached out to a campaign donor for a $29K loan in order to secure an appointment within the Texas Agriculture Department.
House Republicans are proposing more than $20 billion in cuts from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), commonly known as food stamps, through the Farm Bill. These cuts would disproportionately affect our state as 1 out of 7 Texans rely on food stamps to get by and put food on the table.
Austin, TX -- The Austin American-Statesman first reported that Texas Republican Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller appointed a “former physician and Miller campaign donor who had his medical license revoked or suspended in three states” to serve on his Rural Health Task Force. [Austin American-Statesman, April 6, 2018