In the second segment, we discuss the intricacies of school choice and the pressing issues surrounding our public education system. We debate the complexities of this critical topic, shedding light on the nuances and challenges faced by parents, students, and policymakers alike. Discover why school choice has become a hot-button issue, as parents seek alternatives […]
As we enter into the session’s turbulent events, from internal party conflicts to high-profile trials, John Colyandro provides unique insights into the political process.
In this two-part conversation, discover how misinformation and social media play a role in shaping public opinion and why it’s crucial to base political discussions on facts. We explore the controversial topic of school choice and debunk some common misconceptions while shedding light on the challenges faced by special needs students in both public and private education.
Texas is one of the largest emitting states in the US and stands to become ground zero of the carbon management industry. But unlike other states, Texas law provides no clarity on ownership rights of pore space — the empty underground cavities where companies can pump and permanently store captured CO2. While surface rights and mineral rights are crystal clear, Texas hasn’t defined who owns those underground pore spaces.
Carbon Neutral Coalition Executive Director John Colyandro joined S&P Global reporter Brandon Mulder on the podcast to share his insights on the issues surrounding pore space ownership, how it could be holding back the industry, and ways it could be resolved in the upcoming legislative session.
Stick around after the interview for Jeff Mower with the Market Minute, a look at near-term oil market drivers.
With school choice likely looming for an upcoming special session, Rep. Brooks Landgraf has encountered mixed views on school choice. His colleagues are having much the same experience. “I’m having conversations all across West Texas about this issue. I have a certain number of constituents who want full-on vouchers. I have another set of constituents […]
On the surface, getting a law put in place designed to facilitate the enormous economic opportunity Texas has where carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) is concerned would seem like a no-brainer. Recent studies have pointed out that Texas and Louisiana are the two states whose geology presents the biggest potential opportunity to become home […]
On behalf of the Invest Texas Council, I recently spoke to the Texas Association of Regional Council (TARC) about the importance of public private partnerships. I appreciated the opportunity, and look forward to working with the organization in the future. TARC’s 24 regional councils represent a vital bridge between federal, state and local governments to help spur economic […]
CPA is honored to sponsor the Legislative Prayer Breakfast on Wednesday, February 23rd. The event is led by Rep. Matt Shaheen (HD-88), including guest speaker Sen. Kelly Hancock (SD-9), and featuring Pastor Tony Evans from Oak Cliff Bible Church in Dallas.Legislative Prayer Breakfast – February 23rd FEATURING PASTOR TONY EVANS FROM OAK CLIFF BIBLE CHURCH […]
John Colyandro had the honor of speaking at the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s “Fueling The Fire” annual summit on the trajectory of conservative public policy in Texas. Sherry Sylvester and he discussed their experiences working on conservative policy with Texas’ Republican leaders.
The lives of people who are incarcerated are difficult, which is why we are admonished to give our concern to them.
In the coming weeks, we will work on a legislative project that aims to provide some relief. “Be mindful of prisioners as if sharing their imprisonment and of the ill-treated as of yourselves…” Hebrews 13:3
Recently, I attended the “ribbon cutting” ceremony for Rocketship Denis Dunkins Elementary in Fort Worth.
The leadership, staff and children are impressive. The school culture impresses virtue and acheivement. I was pleased to play a part in winning SBOE approval for this organization but the school leaders, parents (especially) and SBOE member Pat Hardy deseve accolades.