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88th Legislative Session

HD 102 Steering Committee

Steering Committees offer a unique opportunity for residents (and neighboring House District residents) to be directly engaged in the legislative process and have direct access to their State legislator.

 

Steering Committees serve to improve the lives of our community, families, and stakeholders within HD 102 by being catalysts for community engagement and enrichment: by providing legislative accountability and transparency.

To sign up to become a part of our Steering Committee, please fill out our interest form: which is linked here

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88th Legislative Session: Bills

The 88th Legislative Session starts January 10, 2023. This session starts a new chapter in the state and I will continue to advocate for all of House District 102. During these challenging times, know that my highest commitment is to share your voice in the State Legislature so that change is taken on the crucial issues Texans face. There’s a lot of work to be done, but I am ready and determined to fight for you! 

View the most recent bills I have filed below. 

Filed Bills 

  • HB 1072- Relating to the prosecution of the offenses of unlawful carrying of certain weapons and unlawful transfer of certain weapons.

  • HB 1176- Relating to the capacity of minors to consent to contraception-related examination or medical treatment.

  • HB1072- Relating to the prosecution of the offenses of unlawful carrying of certain weapons and unlawful transfer of certain weapons.

  • HB 1179- Relating to informing the public about the availability of provisions in protective orders, including provisions regarding pets and other companion animals.

  • HB 1188- Relating to the creation of a Texas conditional driver's permit, provisional Texas conditional driver's permit, and Texas conditional learner permit; authorizing a fee.

  • HB 1456- Relating to designating April 16 as Selena Quintanilla Pérez Day.

  • HB 1475- Relating to continuing judicial training regarding family violence victims. 

  • HB 1478- Relating to minimum standards for pregnancy resource centers.

  • HB 1479- Relating to requiring a person convicted of an offense involving family violence or a person who is the subject of a protective order to surrender firearms owned by the person; authorizing a fee.

  • HB 1485- Relating to staff development requirements for public educators regarding suicide prevention and other mental health training.

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