H.R. No. 1935
         WHEREAS, Civic-minded individuals from across the Lone Star
  State are gathering in Austin on April 14, 2015, to demonstrate
  support for women and their families during Blue Ribbon Lobby Day at
  the Capitol; and
         WHEREAS, In 2013, this event was established by lead
  organizers Diane Mosier, president of River Oaks Area Democratic
  Women, and Lize Burr, president of Capital Area Democratic Women;
  it unites Democratic and progressive women seeking to address a
  variety of issues that affect the well-being of Texans, including
  income equality, public education, and access to essential health
  care; and
         WHEREAS, The inaugural Blue Ribbon Lobby Day drew more than
  400 participants who met with state legislators to discuss a
  variety of matters, to advocate for progressive values, and to
  convey the message that women play an integral role in the
  prosperity of the state; since its inception, the Blue Ribbon
  coalition has continued to grow, and its members are working
  diligently to promote policies that increase the economic security
  of women and make a positive impact in the lives of their families;
         WHEREAS, Our democracy is greatly enriched when all voices
  are heard in the political process, and Blue Ribbon Lobby Day
  provides an important opportunity for public-spirited Texas women
  to express their views and share their insights with lawmakers and
  other officials; now, therefore, be it
         RESOLVED, That the House of Representatives of the 84th Texas
  Legislature hereby recognize April 14, 2015, as Blue Ribbon Lobby
  Day at the State Capitol and commend all those participating for
  their civic engagement.
  Speaker of the House     
         I certify that H.R. No. 1935 was adopted by the House on May
  7, 2015, by a non-record vote.
  Chief Clerk of the House