The Texas Legislature Must Act To Protect The State’s Potential CCUS Prize
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)
Texas Association of Regional Council (TARC)
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
CPA is honored to sponsor the Legislative Prayer Breakfast.
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
Texas Public Policy Foundation’s “Fueling The Fire” Annual LLC Summit
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
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
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
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.
Combs: By promoting use of clean fossil fuels, Texas can secure its power grid for generations to come
Now we need to focus on incentivizing CCUS. Federal incentives for CCUS by way of tax credits get us part of the way there, but
Has Your Kid’s Texas School District Been Hammered By Cyberattacks? I-Team Investigation
A CBS 11 I-Team investigation found in the past two years at least 67 school districts in Texas have suffered a cybersecurity breach. Source link
NFIB’s July 2022 survey included two key points:
Owners expecting better business conditions over the next six months increased nine points from June’s record low level to a net-negative 52%. Expectations for better
This new Stop Six school had to add a pre-K classroom weeks before opening. Here’s why
The new Rocketship campus, which was opposed by local public school leaders, is just one of a growing number of charter schools operating in the