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Lawmakers are unlikely to abolish the state program that imposes surcharges on Texas drivers on top of the fines and legal fees attached to traffic violations, the chairman of the House committee that oversees the program said Monday. But he
Texas (AP) The last abortion clinic in the vast, impoverished Rio Grande Valley closed Thursday, along with the sole remaining clinic in the 100-mile (160-kilometer) stretch between the big city of Houston and the Louisiana border, posing a tall
Texas emergency medical services earned a D+ grade, falling in the past five years from 29th to 38th place nationwide, according to a report by the American College of Emergency Physicians. Texas failed in providing access to emergency care, quality
Texas is a big state, in fact in size and population it is the second biggest state in the union. Succeeding in Texas means doing big things in a big way. Not only is Texas a big state, but big politics and big money are required to
The United States is becoming a nation of the haves versus the have-nots when it comes to equity in health care coverage. It is based on geography. For example, the geography of having the misfortunate of living in the state of Texas
State Sen. Sylvia Garcia of Houston, left, shown with fellow Democrats on final day of last summer's first special session. (Louis DeLuca/Staff photographer) Hospital officials, Democratic lawmakers and advocates for the poor complained Monday that
Texas The next round in the fight over Texas' abortion restrictions begins this week, with Planned Parenthood challenging the law in federal court and a state agency transforming the law into regulations. A judge will hear arguments Monday over
More than a dozen women's health care clinics have filed a lawsuit against the state of Texas, seeking to revoke parts of a controversial health law that puts new restrictions on clinics that provide abortions. The law, House Bill 2 , was signed by
Republican-controlled Texas may be rejecting as much of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul as possible, but state leaders do agree with him on curtailing rapidly rising costs that are consuming more and more of the state budget. Texas'
Texas Republican-controlled Texas may be rejecting as much of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul as possible, but state leaders do agree with him on curtailing rapidly rising costs that are consuming more and more of the state budget.