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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,…
Friendswood, TX- State Representative Greg Bonnen reminds voters that photo identification will now be    required for voting in person.      “The integrity of our democratic system depends on our ability to verify that voters are clearly identified when    they appear at the polling station. Showing a government-issued…
State Rep. Greg Bonnen, R-Friendswood, was appointed to the Energy Council by House    Speaker Joe Straus, Bonnen’s office announced. The Energy Council is a nonprofit,    nonpartisan organization of professional and educational societies aimed to serve the    energy industry.     The Energy Council works to facilitate cooperation…
With the 2013 Hurricane Season underway, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding residents to make sure they 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 of a hurricane season, which…
Representative Bonnen has been named a Lonestar Conservative Leader. The Leader Award is the top honor from the Texas Conservative Roundtable and awards legislators for their difficult choices made under enormous pressure and their continued stance as conservative stewards of Texas.   The Texas Conservative Roundtable is a coalition of…
Juvenile Justice Reform: Passed The United States Supreme Court recently declared that life imprisonment without parole for capital offenses committed by an individual who is 17 years of age is unconstitutional.  Senate Bill 2 brings Texas law in line with constitutional requirements allowing for the possibility of parole after 40 years…
AUSTIN - Texas Governor Rick Perry signed House Bill 2 into law bringing a halt to abortions after the 5th month of pregnancy. HB 2 also requires regulation of the medication abortion drug RU-486, requires abortion providers  to have admitting privileges at nearby a hospital and requires abortion facilities to…
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…
(Austin) -- This morning the United States Supreme Court handed down a long anticipated ruling in the case of  Shelby County v. Holder.  The opinion, authored by Chief Justice John Roberts, ruled that Section 4 of the federal Voting Rights Act is unconstitutional, and that its preclearance provisions "sharply depart"…
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…
  State Representative Greg Bonnen Aids in Passage of Drug Test Requirement for Unemployment Benefits Bill   (Austin) - On Tuesday afternoon the Texas House of Representatives passed Senate Bill 21 by a vote of 98 to 48. The bill requires drug screening or testing as a condition for the…
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