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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 one will now move to the Senate where it will hopefully move quickly through the committee process and to the chamber for debate. For an update on those and all of my legislation, look in the bill tracking section below.

Next week, I have several more bills on the Daily Calendar. A handful are in the calendars committee and the last few will be heard in committee. HB 909, relating to best management practices for aggregate production operators, is set for a hearing in the Environmental Regulation committee upon final adjournment on Wednesday. We also anticipate our first Saturday calendar.

It is going to be a busy week and as as the days continue to count down to Sine Die, we are getting more work done for Texans. Tune in any day next week to watch us by clicking here: www.house.texas.gov.

Sincerely,

Capitol Newsletter – April 26, 2019

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