Lawmakers are talking about giving taxpayers billions in tax relief this session. But in a state with 27 million residents, it turns out that even $4.5 billion doesn't stretch as far as the politicians would like it to.
Texas lawmakers want to give billions back in tax relief. And they don’t find themselves needing to make cuts in the budget to do it. At least, not yet.
Gov. Larry Hogan turns the budget process upside down by using his budgeting authority to redirect education and bond money to push his legislative agenda forward.