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Daily Update: Breakdown Of Coronavirus Cases Across Texas Counties For Saturday, April 4

The “Essential Services and Activities” order extends the state’s coronavirus measures until April 30 and extends school closures until May…

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Governor Abbott Suspends Regulations To Increase EMS, First Responder Workforce

"Our EMS providers and first responders play a critical role in the front-line fight against COVID-19, and these suspensions remove…

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Comptroller’s Office Extends Franchise Tax Deadline

“We recognize that the information aggregated from taxpayers’ federal tax returns comprises the building blocks for their Texas franchise tax…

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State Sales Tax Revenue Totaled $2.7 Billion In March

“The modest growth in state sales tax revenue was led by collections from the retail trade sector, while collections from…

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Daily Update: Breakdown Of Coronavirus Cases Across Texas Counties For Thursday, April 2

The “Essential Services and Activities” order extends the state’s coronavirus measures until April 30 and extends school closures until May…

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Hays County Ranks Second Fastest-Growing County This Decade

“One interesting trend we have seen this decade is widespread population decline among smaller counties, while larger counties tended to…

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Latest Coronavirus Updates From Gov. Abbott, Rent Help, Benefits For Texas Workers, Employers

Staff As more and more communities around the United States experience, a rising number of Coronavirus cases, state and federal…

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Fifth Circuit Upholds Governor’s Order Halting Unnecessary Medical Procedures

“The Governor’s Order temporarily halting unnecessary medical procedures, including abortion, applies to all health care facilities and professionals equally as Texans…

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As Local Officials Shrink Jail Populations Due To Coronavirus, Abbott Blocks Release Of Some Inmates Who Can’t Pay Bail

In an executive order Sunday, Abbott barred inmates accused or previously convicted of violent crimes from being released from jails without paying…

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Rent Is Due. But Thousands Of Texans Have Lost Their Jobs Because Of The Coronavirus Pandemic.

Thousands of people have lost their jobs as the COVID-19 pandemic has shut down businesses across the state. Many more have taken…

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