He cites a lack of action and attention on the incumbent’s part, as well as a concern that no one is standing up to big government mandates.
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Refusing to address property tax burdens in a real and meaningful way gives politicians ongoing talking points and a “problem” to solve, but it does nothing to help struggling Texans.
Plan’s creators say Texans will never experience the peace of mind that comes with owning their home until property taxes are eliminated.
The amended version of SB 1 now goes back to the Senate.
Once SB 1 passes a final House vote, the measure goes back to the Senate.
A swapped-out version of Senate Bill 1 is scheduled for a vote by the full House on Thursday.
Reportedly, the House currently has 92 of the 100 lawmakers needed to conduct legislative business.
Republicans debunk Democrat talking points and detail what is—and isn’t—included in the state’s voting security legislation.
House Democrats still threatening to block a vote on election security legislation.
Advocates see a second chance for the Texas Legislature to do what other Republican-run states accomplished: enact meaningful reforms that restore voters’ confidence in elections.