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The 88th Texas Legislative Session began on Tuesday, January 10th and concluded on Monday, May 29th

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Multiple special sessions have been announced by Gov. Abbott. This is your opporunity to influence lawmakers in Texas! Our weekly newsletter features critical action alerts- don’t miss the call to action:


Protect Elections  Eliminate machines, clean voter rolls, restore felony penalities

Secure the Border  Declare an invasion, stop taxpayer funding to illegal aliens, interstate compact for border security

Ban Child Gender Modification  Stop medical and psychological abuse

Stop Sexualizing Kids  Repeal the obscenity exemption

Ban Democrat Chairs  Stop giving the ability to stifle Republican priorities to the opposing party

Abolish Abortion in Texas Ban over the counter abortion drugs

Defend Gun Rights  Eliminate gun-free zones

Protect Parental Rights  Money follows the child with NO GOVERNMENT STRINGS attached

Sensible Transportation  Defend citizens from encroachment and eminent domain abuse

Property Tax Relief  Eliminate the taxes that never stop, even after you own your home

Vaccine Choice  Protect informed consent, medical privacy, and exemptions

TEXIT  Restore a constitutional republic and protect the rights of Texans

Legislature Videos

The Ins & Outs of Texas Legislative Sessions

In a quick crash course

How is the Texas Speaker of the House selected?

You might be surprised!

How to find a legislative report

And what to do with it

Legislature Resources

The 14 constitutional amendments from the 88th Session explained

Scam, sketchy, or maybe OK- you decide!

Second-largest property tax relief in Texas history

Learn why the relief actually complicates and reduces the opportunity for Texans to have the right to TRULY own their property by eliminating property taxes

Texas Republican files Biden-like land grab bill

Creation of the Texas Land and Water Conservation Fund would take $2 Billion from the Rainy Day Fund to create a slush fund for land trusts to buy conservation easements on private property

Texans Uniting for Reform & Freedom

What did taxpayers get from the 88th Legislature on transportation?

What is a special session in Texas?

Texas Scorecard explains the rules and what to expect

Expanding the Homestead Exemption does not offer meaningful property tax relief

Learn why the use of the homestead exemption to reduce property taxes has provided little actual relief

Lt Gov Dan Patrick calls for full audit of House proceedings in Ken Paxton impeachment aftermath

The process was indefensible, wasn’t following the rules of evidence, and their accusations were based on triple hearsay

EXPLAINER: The Basics of How to Engage with the Legislature

Key points to know when beginning the process of engaging with the Texas State Legislative Process

Capitol Resources

File Name: Texas-Capitol-Visitors-Guide.pdf

File Name: Texas-Capitol-Map.pdf

File Name: Texas-Captiol-Building-Directory.pdf

File Name: Texas-Legislature-Online-TLO-Handbook.pdf

Legislature News