CSCOPE, Algebra II Emerge as Issues in SBOE Primaries
As almost half of the 15 members of the Texas State Board of Education complete their first term in January, at least one new face, and perhaps three, could join the ranks of newcomers to the board that oversees the state’s public schools. Barring a general election upset, whether that happens will likely be determined […]
Early voting has begun for the constitutional amendment election, scheduled for November 5th. Proposition 6, otherwise known as the water bill, comes from SJR 1 and HB 4. Proposition 6 provides Texans $30 billion dollars for future water projects without incurring debt or raising taxes. Without Prop 6, Texans will likely pay a heavy price […]
83rd Session In Review
At the beginning of the 83rd regular session, Legislative Leaders joined our Policymakers Conference in Austin to outline their goals and priorities for the coming months. Now that session has drawn to a close, our elected representatives have proven to be successful in producing a balanced budget that grows government in accordance to our state […]
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The Conservative Roundtable of Texas is a forum that allows for an open dialogue of public policy solutions among elected officials, civic leaders and citizens. We will encourage individual liberty, limited and effective government, and quality infrastructure, while avoiding incivility and personal attacks. We will seek to enthusiastically encourage individuals and groups to marshal their facts, listen to differing perspectives and test policy ideas through pilot programs before offering limited government solutions.