We have filed an amicus brief on behalf of the Texas Land & Mineral Owners Association where we argue that the statute the pipeline company relies upon in support of its purported power to...Read More
On January 10, 2022, The High-Speed Rail Land Acquisition Assurance Act was introduced by Congressman Jake Ellzey (TX-6) and Ranking Member, Kevin Brady (TX-8). The bill was introduced to protect the...Read More
An already operational natural gas pipeline that serves the St. Louis metro region is under scrutiny after a recent ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.Read More
After initially declining to hear a case challenging the construction of a high-speed rail line between Houston and Dallas, the Texas Supreme Court granted a motion for a rehearing Oct. 15 allowing...Read More
Property owners in the San Antonio area are concerned as Texas Water Supply pursues construction of a pipeline by Texas Water Supply through an agreement with South Comal Water Supply Corporation.Read More
Gov. Abbott today signed into law a border security funding bill that includes approximately $750 million to build a border wall, adding to the $250 million committed by the State of Texas earlier...Read More
This week, the Texas Transportation Commission voted in favor of moving forward with the I-45 expansion in Houston as part of the 2022-2031 unified transportation program. The Commission set a...Read More
On Monday, the Texas House of Representatives voted 85-36 in favor of approving House Bill 9, which includes $1.88 billion for border security. However, an amendment added by Rep. Tracy King...Read More
The Texas Department of Transportation is continuing the development process for the I-35 Capital Express Central project, which proposes to add two managed lanes in each direction along I-35 from US...Read More
A community survey for the I-45 North Houston Highway Improvement Project closed earlier this week, after TxDOT reopened public comment in July. The Texas Transportation Commission will now decide...Read More
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