The Texas Department of Agriculture’s CRC Program helps communities attract retirees and potential retirees to make their homes in Texas.
Republican State Representative Jim Landtroop landed a key endorsement ahead of the July 31 Republican Primary runoff. Texas Commissioner of Agriculture Todd Staples announced his endorsement of Landtroop for House District 88.
Staples discussed the heroes who sacrificed for the greater good of the families and country, and defended the freedom of the United States.
They specifically cite the proposed Clean Water Act guidance document, which the duo says greatly expands the agencies’ regulatory authority, and will produce “overwhelming costs, regulatory uncertainty, and questionable public benefit.”
2011 travel spending in Texas totaled more than $63 billion, which is a 10 percent increase over 2010, and is also the highest level of spending recorded so far.
The application deadline for this year's Family Land Heritage Program has been extended. The deadline is now set for June 1
U.S. Department of Labor rules that would have redefined child labor laws for Americans have been withdrawn after much disapproval from agricultural families and organizations.
The Texas Water Smart program was kicked off today in the Metroplex
The drought loss of over $7 billion is a state record and was significantly larger than the previous record loss amount of $4.1 billion set in 2006
Leadership Lubbock and Focus Lubbock group members will travel to Austin for State Government days on Monday and Tuesday.