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85th Legislative Session Budget Breakdown The 85th Regular Legislative Session ended on Memorial Day. While we await the governor’s action on bills sent to his desk, I would like to share with you some highlights from Senate Bill 1 - the Texas State Budget. The 2018/2019 State Budget keeps spending flat…
Critical Legislation Making Progress in the Texas Legislature As we work through the final two weeks of the 85th Legislative Session, several of my priority bills, and priorities of the House of Representatives, are making their way toward the Governor's desk.  Much work remains to be finished, including new property taxpayer…
Session Status: There are just under 50 days left in the 85th Legislative Session, and the House is hard at work.  Last week, we passed a conservative budget and began sending legislation to the Senate.  Our committees continue to hear a variety of bills covering every subject of state governance,…
Sine Die Newsletter: "Sent-to-the-Governor" Edition   This week, the House and Senate adjourned for the last time. "Sine Die" is a Latin term meaning "without a day," and marks the final adjournment of the Legislature. As of this day, all bills are either on the Governor's desk, or they are…
Major Initiatives: On Friday, the House of Representatives passed Open Carry legislation for the first time in state history.  The Senate’s version of the bill was passed just a week earlier, and both chambers will soon meet to send the final version to the Governor. The House has also finalized…
Yesterday, the Texas House of Representatives adopted the state budget bill for the upcoming biennium.  During a nearly 18 hour-long marathon session that began at noon on Tuesday and ended after 5:00 am yesterday morning, the House debated over 350 amendments and finalized what is now the House version of…
Representative Greg Bonnen Joins Lawmakers to Pass Stronger Border, Safer Texas Act Legislation Strengthens Border Security, Toughens Penalties for Smugglers, and Gives DPS New Tools to Crack Down on Crime Syndicates Statewide Rep. Greg Bonnen, MD (R-Friendswood) and a bipartisan group of Texas House members today called for passage of…
84th Legislative Session Begins On Tuesday, January 13th the Texas House of Representatives convened for the opening day of its 84th Regular Legislative Session. Along with one-hundred forty-nine fellow representatives and thirty-one senators, Greg Bonnen, MD of Friendswood took the oath of office: beginning the six month process of passing…
RepresentativeGreg Bonnen, MD presents House District 24 Ornament Designed by Mrs. Sandy Martin’s Kindergarten Class at Westwood-Bales Elementary Austin, Texas--To celebrate Christmas at the Texas Capitol, Representative Greg Bonnen (Friendswood) and Kim presented the District 24 ornament that is displayed on the Lone Star Celebration Christmas Tree in the House…
Legislators to Washington: Pick Up the Tab for Border Security Costs More Than Two Dozen Lawmakers Press Washington for Reimbursement for Education, Incarceration, Security Costs   Austin – More than two dozen Texas lawmakers called on Washington to reimburse the state for costs related to the federal government’s failure to…
Oct 21.14

Voting Begins

Early voting for the 2014 General Election began Monday, October 20th and continues through October 31st. Election Day is Tuesday, November 4th. In addition to the election of state and local officeholders there will be 1 proposed constitutional amendment on the ballot. You may also see a number of local…
With three months to remaining in the 2014 Hurricane Season, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) and State Representative Greg Bonnen are reminding residents to review their emergency plans and stay prepared for the potential threat of hurricanes or tropical storms. Historically, August and September are the more active months…
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