The fight over public education is back at the Capitol, this time over whether teacher evaluations should be tied to state standardized testing.

In Monday’s Capitol Tonight, we heard from one teacher who says the plan would suck the life out education. Plus, we checked in on a special committee hearing in San Antonio, where lawmakers discussed best practices for veterans’ courts.


The push for immigration reform is coming back to life — this time from a growing coalition on the right. We spoke Brad Bailey, co-founder of the new nonprofit group Texas Immigration Solution, about what he calls a market-based approach.


New ads are hitting the airwaves in the Republican runoff race for attorney general. The Quorum Report‘s Harvey Kronberg joined us to give his take on whether the accusations could tip the scales with just days away from early voting.