Texas Legislature
Bills Coauthored
Rep. Janie Lopez
88th Legislature Fourth Called Session
Report Date: 6/13/2024

Number of Bills: 4

HB 1 Author: Buckley
Coauthor: Anderson | Cain | Frank | Isaac | Klick | et al.
Last Action: 11/17/2023 H Recommitted to committee: Nov 17 2023 4:54PM
Caption: Relating to primary and secondary education, including the certification, compensation, and health coverage of certain public school employees, the public school finance system, special education in public schools, the establishment of an education savings account program, measures to support the education of public school students that include certain educational grant programs, reading instruction, and early childhood education, the provision of virtual education, and public school accountability.

HB 2 Author: King, Ken | Buckley | Ashby | Dutton | Walle
Coauthor: Allison | Anderson | Bell, Cecil | Bell, Keith | Button | et al.
Last Action: 11/21/2023 S Referred to Education
Caption: Relating to measures for ensuring safety and security in public schools, including the establishment of a school safety grant program and a school safety plan implementation grant program, and the allocation of certain constitutional transfers of money to the state school safety fund, the economic stabilization fund, and the state highway fund.

HB 3 Author: Jetton, Jacey | Bonnen | Cain | DeAyala | Kitzman
Coauthor: Allison | Anderson | Ashby | Bailes | Bell, Cecil | et al.
Last Action: 11/10/2023 H No action taken in committee
Caption: Relating to an appropriation to provide funding for the construction, operation, and maintenance of border barrier infrastructure and border security operations, including funding for additional overtime expenses and costs due to certain increased law enforcement presence.

HJR 1 Author: King, Ken | Bell, Keith | Guillen | Longoria | VanDeaver
Coauthor: Allison | Anderson | Button | Garcia | Gerdes | et al.
Last Action: 11/21/2023 S Referred to Education
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment creating the state school safety fund to provide ongoing financial support for projects that ensure the safety of public schools in this state and providing for the transfer of certain general revenues to that fund, the economic stabilization fund, and the state highway fund.

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