WASHINGTON (AP) — Joe Biden has given himself an imposing to-do list for his earliest days as president and many promises to keep over the longer haul.
The rules, which passed unanimously Thursday, will help govern the House during the Legislature’s 2021 session.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Pence rules out using 25th Amendment to remove Trump, urges Congress to focus on Biden transition and avoid impeachment.
HEARNE — Calvert cruised to a commanding 52-0 victory over Dime Box in a Class A Division II bi-district football playoff game Thursday night …
Established under the Obama administration, the Clean Power Plan regulated greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, the nation’s second-largest source of planet-warming gas. But in 2019, Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency replaced this plan with a new rule designed to protect the coal industry while backing away from emissions reductions. Whereas the Clean Power Plan was expected to reduce emissions by about 30% by 2030, EPA projections suggest the replacement rule might reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 0.7%, or possibly not at all.
One of the most significant steps Biden could take to reduce greenhouse gas emissions would to be reinstate tough nationwide rules for auto emissions and mileage standards that were put in place under the Obama administration and that essentially mirrored regulations already in effect in California. These rules are important because transportation is a top source of planet-warming gases. When they were put in place, they were considered one of the nation’s most successful efforts to combat climate change.
The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs is proposing that people with certain criminal convictions be temporarily or permanently blocked from living in tax-supported developments that provide support services.
BIDEN, answering questions in Philadelphia on ABC: “The crime bill itself did not have mandatory sentences, except for two things, it had thre…
Q: We live in Florida in a 55-plus condominium development. Do residents who visit out-of-state folks need to quarantine themselves upon return? And, what about residents who have out-of-state guests staying in their home? It is the community swimming pool (where everyone tends to congregate) that makes me nervous.
Two civil rights groups and two Texas voters are asking a federal judge to require substantial changes to polling place procedures, including an across-the-board mask mandate and expanded curbside voting.
State health officials are providing little detailed information on the spread of coronavirus in Texas child care facilities, and experts aren't sure to what extent children spread the virus.
Nationwide, coronavirus transmission rates among children have appeared to be low, partly explaining the push to reopen schools. But Texas day cares are seeing cases increase quickly.
The ruling is a defeat for the government, but it's unclear what immediate impact it will have during the ongoing pandemic.
Emergency safety measures for day care centers were repealed in mid-June, but are being brought back in the face of "imminent peril."
We continue to receive questions and comments about our recent columns on smoking, as well as the rules that condominiums and other associations are putting into place about smoking cannabis. So, we thought we’d share a few of them. Our thoughts will follow.
The UIL announced Wednesday that schools will have the option to broadcast football games live during the 2020-21 season due to COVID-19 atten…
Over 20 student-athletes who saw their collegiate careers cut short because of the COVID-19 pandemic will return to Texas A&M for an extra…
Yes, you should apply. State rules differ, and it depends how large your income loss is. But in some states, workers whose hours have been sha…