Texas AG: Bill would end vehicle inspections and driver responsibility, ISDs can’t prohibit vendors from working with charters, Texas ranks low in financial transparency


Open enrollment charter schools, which last year received up to $2.5 billion in taxpayer funds in Texas, are immune from a law that all public schools must follow, requiring them to make public the terms of important contracts.

Three prominent small, private universities in West Texas have announced cutbacks in people and programs in the past year, symptoms of a once exclusive education sector that some experts believe is on a road to failure.

The government licenses more than two million jobs in Texas at an overall cost to the economy of nearly 144,000 jobs and $13 billion, according to a new study by a libertarian public interest legal group.



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