Committee to study human trafficking in Texas

Committee to study human trafficking in Texas 150 150 Elect Todd Hunter

Committee to study human trafficking in Texas CORPUS CHRISTI – State Rep. Todd Hunter, R-Corpus Christi, last week filed a concurrent resolution calling on Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst and Speaker of the House Joe Straus to appoint a joint committee to study human trafficking in Texas.

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Legislation introduced to ban members of governing bodies from texting each other during open meetings.

Legislation introduced to ban members of governing bodies from texting each other during open meetings. 150 150 Elect Todd Hunter

Legislation introduced to ban members of governing bodies from texting each other during open meetings. AUSTIN – We also encouraged that Rep. Todd Hunter, R-Corpus Christi, is looking into legislation to ban members of governing bodies from texting each other during open meetings. This clearly is the use of technology to skirt the intent of…

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STATE CAPITOL NEWS AND NOTES

STATE CAPITOL NEWS AND NOTES 150 150 Elect Todd Hunter

STATE CAPITOL NEWS AND NOTES The following is a collection of news and notes from your State Capitol involving issues that affect House District 32. TEXAS CENSUS NUMBERS RELEASED On February 17th the United States Census Bureau released the population numbers for the State of Texas. The information was obtained during the 2010 Census. The…

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TEXAS HOUSE GIVEN COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

TEXAS HOUSE GIVEN COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS 150 150 Elect Todd Hunter

TEXAS HOUSE GIVEN COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Last week, Speaker Joe Straus announced the committee assignments for the Texas House of Representatives of the 82nd Legislative Session. I received the great honor and distinction to be once again named one of Speaker Straus’s Committee Chairmen. I have been given the distinct privilege and honor to serve as…

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VOTER IDENTIFICATION BILL PASSED OUT OF SENATE

VOTER IDENTIFICATION BILL PASSED OUT OF SENATE 150 150 Elect Todd Hunter

VOTER IDENTIFICATION BILL PASSED OUT OF SENATE The first bill of the 82nd Legislative Session has made its way out of the Texas Senate. On January 25, 2011 Senate Bill (SB) 14 of the 82nd session (otherwise known as the “Voter Identification Bill”) was heard by a Senate Committee of the Whole. Rather than sending…

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