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Legislative Priorities Report Sept. 6, 2021 This past Thursday evening the second Special Session ended three days early when Speaker Phelan abruptly announced the House was adjourning Sine Die. Here is what that means currently for our Legislative Priorities, as established by our state convention delegates last summer. Election Integrity—SB 1 passed, the omnibus election
Legislative Priorities Report for September 1, 2021 Yesterday the House and Senate passed the conference report of SB 1, the Election Integrity omnibus bill. The next stop is Governor Abbott’s desk for his signature! While SB 1 passed both the House and the Senate last week, because the House made changes to the bill, it
**The following resolution was passed by the SREC during their 3rd Quarter 2021 meeting, held August 28th 2021. WHEREAS, the Governor of the State of Texas called a special session of the State Legislature to address outstanding issues not addressed in the Regular 87th Session; and WHEREAS, one of the issues designated by the Governor
Austin, TX, Release: August 23, 2021 — For Immediate Release After Texas House Democrats caused a 37-day legislative delay and wasted over $1.6 million in taxpayer money, a quorum is now established in the Texas House. The Republican Party of Texas is excited the legislature will move forward with addressing election integrity and other GOP priorities.
Legislative Priorities Report for August 23, 2021 Last Thursday, a quorum was finally achieved in the House when just enough Texas Democrats decided that it might be a good idea to return to work. Soon after announcing the quorum, Speaker Phelan assigned bills to House committees and recessed until Monday at 4:00pm. The Republican Party
If you’re like me, you learned your civics and your legislative processes through School House Rock. But maybe sometimes in the real world, it doesn’t quite work out that way. So today, I am pleased to have as my guest representative Bryan Slaton, and he’s going to join us today to tell us how the