Texas Legislature


Ever wonder how you can connect with the Texas Legislature to find out what is happening with a bill that you are interested in?

Now is the time to follow committee meetings to shape legislation in the future. You can check calendars for meetings, sign up for alerts regarding the committees you follow. You can even watch committee hearings from your computers or your mobile devices. See the links to the House and Senate Committee pages by clicking below.

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Events & Meetings


Food for Thought

January 26
League City, Texas 77573 6 - 9 pm Johnnie Arolfo Civic Center More Info

Newsletter & News


Constitutional Amendments for Nov 2017

Please take a moment and become an informed voter. The following Constitutional Amendments will appear on the November 7, 2017 ballot Explanatory Statements for the November 7, 2017 Constitutional Amendment Election from Kathie Nenninger via votetexas.gov   Please visit Texas Legislature Online home page to obtain further information. Proposition Number 1 (HJR 21) HJR 21 proposes a constitutional amendment that would permit the Texas legislature to expand the circumstances under which a partially disabled veteran or their spouse may qualify for an exemption from ad valorem taxation of part...
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Tx House and Senate have adjourned the Special Session

Sine Die: The Texas House and Senate have adjourned the Special Session A big THANK YOU to our legislators, Representatives Greg Bonnen, Wayne Faircloth, Dennis Paul and Senator Larry Taylor and their staffs for all of their hard work!  Call their office, send cards, make a visit to their district office, or thank them in person when they come to our meetings! Below is a list of legislation successfully passed during the special legislative session. ——————————————————————————————————————- Senate Bill 20 and Senate Bill 60 will...
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Effective Communication with Elected Representatives

Building personal relationships with members and staff improves success. Schedule an appointment with your Representative to talk about your issues. If possible, schedule meetings in pairs to show strength in numbers. Get to know staff members and open personal communications with them to follow up on issues. You should not expect to meet with any member other than your own Representative and Senator. Provide brief written materials and background research so the legislation can be more successful. Three P’s of Grassroots Lobbying Professionalism Dress and act...
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Hot Topics from the Texas House

How does a bill move from one chamber to another towards
passage? Once a bill passes the third and final reading from its originating chamber, it is engrossed and sent to the other chamber.  The bill then goes through virtually the entire process again.  The closer we get to the May 29th sine die deadline, time becomes of the essence to get these bills through that process if they are going to have the hope of passing. There are a few bills...
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Volunteer Hours


Submit All of your Clear Creek Republican Women Volunteer Hours! All you have to do is fill out the form below and enter in the number of hours. Yes, it really is that easy! This applies to all full members AND male associate members!

Keep track of those campaign hours! CCRW is required to report club hours to TFRW quarterly. The total hours accumulated by TFRW Clubs every two years help to quantify our volunteerism to NFRW, elected officials, and the Republican Party of Texas. Don’t underestimate your hours, included in the link below is a list of reportable activities

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