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2014 Primary Runoff Elections Early voting has begun for the 2014 primary runoff elections. If you voted in the March 4th  primary you are required to vote in the same party election you voted in previously. You may not switch parties. If you did not vote in the March 4th…
Divestiture of the 72nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team The United States Department of Defense, in response to the halfhearted budget compromise reached by the president and Congress, has issued plans to deactivate the 72nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team based in Houston with an armory location in House District 24 in…
  The 2014 Primary Elections have begun! Early voting for the 2014 Primary Election began yesterday, Tuesday, February 18 and runs through Friday, February 28, 2014. The Primary Election date is Tuesday, March 4, 2014. I wanted to take a moment to share the new Voter ID requirements for voters,…
U.S. Supreme Court Upholds 5th Circuit Ruling on HB 2 The Supreme Court of the United States has ordered that the health and safety measures of House Bill 2, the omnibus abortion bill passed and signed by the Governor in July, may continue to be applied in Texas while the…
Early voting for the 9 proposed Texas Constitutional Amendments has begun. Early voting continues through November 1st. Election Day is Tuesday, November 5th. This statewide ballot consists of nine proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. You may also see a number of local initiatives on the ballot. For your convenience,…
The first called session of the 83rd Texas Legislature ended on Tuesday, June 25th as the state Senate worked until midnight in an effort to complete the business set forth by the Governor for consideration. When Governor Perry issued the call of the special session in late May, the Legislature…
Legislative Update While the regular session has come to an end, there is still work to be done in the legislature. At the conclusion of the 83rd legislative session, the Governor immediately convened a special session. We are also in the veto period, the 20 days following the regular session where…
Final Budget Sent to the Governor Despite our tendencies to file thousands of bills and resolutions, there is only one bill which the Constitution requires the Legislature to pass each legislative session: The Budget. On May 26th, the 139th day of the 140 day biennial session, the House and Senate…
    The 83rd Legislative Session is quickly drawing to a close. We are constitutionally allotted 140 days each odd numbered year to pass legislation and a state budget. When the house adjourned last night, hundreds of house bills died due to legislative deadlines. The House will continue to pass…
AUSTIN, TEXAS - The Texas House of Representatives unanimously passed House Bill 13, The bill, authored by Rep. Bill Callegari (R - Katy), Chairman of the House Committee on Pensions, assigns new responsibilities to the State Pension Review Board (PRB) that are designed to increase the transparency of public pension…
Yesterday the Committee on Appropriations approved House Bill 14, which I have coauthored, sending it to the full House of Representatives for consideration. The transparency obligations contained in the bill will ensure that counties, cities, school districts, waters districts, utility districts, and other subdivisions of the state provide their citizens…
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