Promise Broken rulings on the Perry-O-Meter
Will seek a "constitutional amendment requiring a two-thirds vote of the Legislature to increase state taxes."
Impose "criminal penalties on employers who knowingly violate employment laws by hiring workers who are in Texas illegally."
"Expand the Advanced Placement Training and Incentive Program to 50 additional high schools."
In "order for high school-aged individuals to get and keep a driver's license they should be enrolled in school, be it bricks and mortar or our virtual high school, and, most importantly, working toward their diploma or GED."
Establish "a statewide inspector general to maximize cost efficiency and effectiveness at state agencies."
"I don't want to be president of the United States. I'm not going to run for the presidency of the United States."
Offer businesses a tax incentive of $1,500 for each full-time employee who earns a high school diploma or GED. Business would be required to grant their employees two hours a week of paid time off to study or attend class.
"The governor also is proposing legislation requiring the active monitoring of high-risk sex offenders using tracking technology as part of the sex offender's sentence, and requiring all high-risk registered sex offenders who have served their entire prison sentence be actively monitored for three years upon release from prison."
"To make education even stronger I have proposed several initiatives, which include... implementing a four-year tuition freeze at state universities..."
"I will work with the legislature to ensure Texas does its part to make this dream a reality by pursuing an appropriation that will enable Texas to bear its fair share of the project's costs."
Require “the legislature to explicitly state when they are creating a new cause of action in statute, forcing courts to read statutes strictly and providing only those rights and remedies the legislature intended.”