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Capitol Newsletter – May 17, 2019

We are in the home stretch! With less than 11 days remaining in the 86th Legislative Session, each new day brings another legislative deadline. So far, I have had two bills sent to Governor Abbott’s desk, with one officially receiving his signature yesterday morning. I was honored to be joined by Senator Seliger for the […]

Capitol Newsletter – May 3, 2019

We have officially made it to May. We are now in the home stretch of the legislative session and quickly approaching deadlines. Next Thursday will be the last day a House Bill can heard on Second Reading in the Chamber. The final calendars are being prepared now and should be set by Monday. Here is […]

Weekly Capitol Newsletter – April 26, 2019

The Capitol is buzzing day and night as members move between the floor, committee hearings and meetings. It is not uncommon to see a legislator lay out two or more bills in the chamber or before committees at this time in the session. Just this week, I had five bills on the House calendar. Each […]

State Representative Dan Huberty – Weekly Newsletter – April 12, 2019

The days are getting longer at the Texas Capitol, as bills move from committee to the floor for debate. As of today, the House has passed 175 bills out of the chamber and over to the Senate. This includes several large pieces of legislation like HB 1, the budget; HB 3, school finance reform; and […]

Capitol Newsletter – March 29, 2019

We started the week quickly at the Texas Capitol. Monday morning, I had House Bill 76 on the floor. I was honored to have the full support of my fellow House members as we passed this important legislation to protect Texas UIL student athletes and remember the Cody Stephens. Tuesday started early with a full […]

State Rep. Dan Huberty’s Capitol Newsletter – March 22, 2019

On Tuesday, the Public Education committee met to hear a new slate of bills and vote out several from previous hearings. This included the committee substitute for House Bill 3, which made some technical changes and added clarifying language reflective of the original intent. It also added several necessary conforming changes. You can view the […]

Weekly Newsletter – March 15, 2019

It was a rather busy week at the Capitol, as we canvassed the large amount of bills filed on the last day . Tuesday saw many hours of testimony on HB 3, or The Texas Plan, in our House Public Education hearing. I would like to thank the members of the committee for their commitment […]

Chairman Dan Huberty Files House Bill 3: The “Texas Plan” to Transform School Finance

HB 3 invests $9B in student achievement, teacher quality & property tax reform AUSTIN, Texas – State Representative Dan Huberty (R-Humble), Chairman of the House Public Education Committee, today filed House Bill 3, comprehensive legislation that fundamentally transforms the public school finance system in Texas. House Bill 3 (also referred to as the “Texas Plan”) […]

Weekly Newsletter – 12.7.18

This week, we mourned the loss of a true American hero with the passing of former President George H. W. Bush. I issued the following statement for him: “Thank you, President George H. W. Bush, for your life’s work, the way you led by example, and keeping family first. We need to be reminded that […]

PRESS RELEASE: Huberty Files HB 76 to Protect Student Athletes

Office of State Representative Dan Huberty District 127   For Immediate Release: Monday, November 12, 2018 Contact: Casey Christman, casey.christman@house.texas.gov, 281-360-9410   Huberty Files HB 76 to Protect Student Athletes  Austin, TX – Today, State Representative Dan Huberty filed House Bill (HB) 76 in honor of the late Cody Stephens, a student athlete from House […]

Dan Huberty's Response to Malicious Attack Video