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Author: Jax

HB 81 – Deleterious Actions Hurt Texas

5/12/17 Fellow Texans, It is with immense frustration that I write you to tell you that HB 81 was not heard by the deadline of midnight on Thursday, May 11th. Due to deleterious actions of legislators in regards to other bills, the agenda did not advance to our bills position. This is a travesty. However, Chair Moody…



Critical Moment for HB 81 – Act NOW!

Critical Moment for HB 81 – Act NOW! CALL or EMAIL your representative and ask them to vote yes on HB 81. HB 81 is scheduled to be debated and voted on the House Floor today, Thursday, May 11th. This is historic! The bill must survive this step to continue through the process. We advise you…



Critical Moment for HB 81 – Act NOW!

Critical Moment for HB 81 – Act NOW! CALL or EMAIL your representative and ask them to vote yes on HB 81. HB 81 is scheduled to be debated and voted on the House Floor today, Thursday, May 11th. This is historic! The bill must survive this step to continue through the process. We advise you…



Texas Regional Advocacy Training Tours 2015-2017

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