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Follow the Freshmen: Committee Assignments

RA News is tracking where the Freshmen landed this session and highlighting who made it on to the big ticket committees.

Follow the Freshmen: A Look at Who’s New to the Legislature

First in an occasional series The 87th session of the Texas Legislature welcomed 21 new members last month, with...

Follow the Freshmen – Dead House Bills

Tenth in an ongoing series The Follow the Freshman series has focused on how freshmen legislators communicate with their constituents through social media. With the...

Follow the Freshmen: How First-Term Legislators are Using Facebook

With midterm elections in the rearview mirror and the 86th Legislative Session nearing its end, are legislators prioritizing communication with their constituents via social media?

Follow the freshmen: Few bills passed since bill filing deadline

Sixth in an ongoing series A month has passed since the bill filing deadline, so it is time to recap on the status of the...

Follow the Freshmen: Nearly 1,000 Bills Filed By New Legislators

Fifth in an ongoing series With the first half of the legislative session in the rearview mirror, last Friday marked the deadline for bill filing. The...

Follow the Freshmen: Checking in on Filed Bills by New Legislators

Fourth in an ongoing series The 86th session of the Texas Legislature welcomed 34 new members in January, with 28 members sworn into the Texas...

Follow the Freshmen: New Legislators Receive Committee Assignments

Third in an ongoing series. Following the swearing in of Art Fierro (D-El Paso) earlier this week, there are now 28 freshmen legislators in the House...

Follow the Freshmen: Campaign Finances and the Sprint to Session

Second in an occasional series Reform Austin has reported extensively on the nexus of special interest campaign money and its impact on state legislation. Millions of...

Follow the Freshmen: New Legislators Seek to Make Mark Filing Bills

First in an occasional series The 86th session of the Texas Legislature welcomed 34 new members last month, with 28 members sworn into the Texas House...

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