Essential Texans VIII: Texas-Sized Urbanism Austin’s Congress Avenue buzzes with activity. In Summer 2022, its north side will too. For the last two years, the area drops into a 60-foot-deep canyon excavated for a project transforming...

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Essential Texans VII: Implementation Mode If the biennial system at the Texas Legislature likens our state politics to the boom and bust cycle of its energy industry, state employees are the sustainable resources that work year-round, every...

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Essential Texans VI: Who Serves the Public Servants? Thanks to consistent underfunding, the Employees Retirement System of Texas (ERS) may not be able to keep member pensions and benefits solvent past 2061. That makes it difficult to keep...

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Essential Texans V: Still Going the Distance A routine Texas Sunset Commission report found that GO TEXAN, a state program promoting Texas agriculture and related industries, lost an average of 400 members each year. The Texas...

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