The Texas state legislature meets once every two years on odd-numbered years. The legislature begins their sessions at noon on the second Tuesday of the month of January. More »

To find accurate and reliable information on bills recently passed by the Texas Legislature, you can conduct searches through the Texas Legislature Online, the Legislative Reference Library of Texas, and the Office of th... More » Government & Politics Law

The Texas Legislature authorized the foundation of the precursor to Texas State University in 1899. That university, Southwest Texas State Normal School, officially opened in 1903. More » Education Colleges & Universities
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