Tag Archives: 84th Legislative Session

Rotary Club gets briefed on recent session

Rep. King, R-Weatherford, calls session a success

No new taxes, some even cut

Immigration, entitlement spending remain a problem

Republicans promise to make government smaller and more efficient?

What Happened?

Image of Texas Capitol from Houston Chronicle

Image of Texas Capitol from Houston Chronicle

by Lenny Leatherman

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed about 1,200 bills into law this year at the end of the 84th Legislative Session. That’s one thousand two hundred NEW laws in only one legislative session!

Here you will see a list of all the new bills.

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Legislative Update – March 27, 2015

The 84th Legislative Session intensified quite a bit this week. Many committees met until midnight or later, and the House Appropriations Committee voted to send the budget to the House floor for debate. I expect many more long days but am proud of the work being accomplished for Texans this session.

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Representative Phil King’s 84th Legislative Session Update

This week marked an important juncture in the 84th Legislative Session and also one of the busiest days yet. The House advanced legislation that will further secure our border, and the State & Federal Power & Responsibility Committee continued to look at ways to rein in the federal government.

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