Texas Scorecard
Texas Scorecard
Now Entering the Dog Days of the Legislative Session
There are 20 days left in the Texas Legislative session.
Impending Legislative Deadlines: (Reference)
  • Thursday, May 13 – Last day for House to consider House bills/House joint resolutions on Second Reading Calendar
  • Friday, May 14 – Last day for House to consider consent bills on Local & Consent Calendar
  • Tuesday, May 25 – Last day for the House to consider Senate bills/Senate joint resolutions on Second Reading Calendar
Status of Legislative Priorities (Reference)
  • Recently posted article explains upcoming deadline and the demise of several legislative priorities as a result
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