"The first amendment is under assault by these social media companies and that is not going to be tolerated in Texas," said Gov. Abbott. He believes only conservative voices are being silenced not liberal ones.
Business owners big and small are now reacting to the major news coming from Governor Greg Abbott Tuesday to do away with the state mask mandate and move to full capacity for all businesses.
Abbott held a roundtable discussion with energy workers, leaders, and advocates on how to support energy workers and the energy industry in Texas.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott held a roundtable discussion in Austin on public safety and law enforcement.
During a roundtable discussion in the Texas Medical Center, Governor Abbott met with Houston healthcare professionals to discuss the COVID-19 response, vaccination efforts and lessons learned from the pandemic.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott received the COVID-19 vaccine at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Ascension Seton Medical Center in Austin.
Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo is asking Texas Governor Greg Abbott to guarantee the validity of votes that are cast at drive-thru voting locations.
Governor Greg Abbott has announced he is appointing Rebecca Huddle to be the next justice on the Texas Supreme Court.
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals late Monday issued a stay of a federal judge’s ruling on Friday that Republican Gov. Greg Abbott’s order is a likely violation of a voter’s right to vote.
Each Texas County Judge has the power to opt in to allow bars and similar establishments to reopen under Gov. Abbott's new order.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott sent out an obscure tweet earlier today, the tweet told his followers to watch his Facebook page.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott is facing another lawsuit after he limited the number of mail-in-ballot drop-off locations.
Restaurants and retail have been allowed to operate at 75 percent capacity for several weeks in Texas. But bars remain closed, after reopening briefly in late May before a summer spike in cases.
Governor Greg Abbott announced that retail stores, restaurants and some other businesses in certain areas of Texas will be allowed to operate at 75% capacity.
Gov. Greg Abbott was in Dallas Thursday to discuss preparations for the upcoming flu season, which he said will pose a new challenge for hospitals.
Many Texas hospitals are hoping that state and federal governments will step in soon to help financially during the time they can’t perform elective surgeries.
As COVID-19 cases increase in Texas, where reopening is in full swing, TABC is looking to crack down on violations where people are socializing.
The Governor said there are several different reasons why there are more people testing positive for the virus.
“George Floyd is going to change the arc of the future of the United States. George Floyd has not died in vain. His life will be a living legacy about the way that America and Texas responds to this tragedy,” Abbott said.
“Throwing Texans in jail who have had their businesses shut down through no fault of their own is nonsensical, and I will not allow it to happen,” said Texas Governor Greg Abbott.