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Title: Contrast in bills pending before the 88th Texas legislative session
Authors: Reiter, Elisa
Pollack, Daniel
Keywords: Texas legislation
senior living facilities regulation
criminal history checks mandate
H.B. 1100 Texas
House Bill 567
hairstyle regulations
S. B. 17
D.E.I. (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion)
homestead tax credit
gender-affirming health care
transgender discrimination
Issue Date: 3-Apr-2023
Publisher: ALM
Citation: Reiter, E. & Pollack, D. (2023, April 3). Contrast in bills pending before the 88th Texas legislative session. Texas Lawyer,
Series/Report no.: Texas Lawyer;April 3, 2023
Abstract: In 2021, we wrote an article addressing new Texas legislation that every lawyer should know about. We are tracking pending legislation, and hope to provide an update in Summer, 2023.In the interim, here in Texas, State Representatives and State Senators, lobbyists and constituents are all hard at work in Austin (and beyond), crafting new legislation to be considered by the 88th Texas Legislature.As always, there is a marked contrast in proposed legislation.Let’s focus on some of the pending bills working their way through the legislative process.
Description: Article / Legal commentary
ISSN: 0267-8306 (print)
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