- Voted to favorably report (House – Education Committee) Heather Cloud’s SB7 seeking to prohibit erotic materials in the children’s section of public libraries. (Video 2:21:45) May 23, 2023
- Introduced HB98 (2023) to create and provide for the administration of a program for the purpose of providing state funding for qualified education expenses for students in grades kindergarten through 12 who are not enrolled in a public school and expands the ability of parents to enroll children in the public school of their choice by removing conditions relative to school performance
- Introduced HB325 (2023) to provide for administration of the ACT and the WorkKeys test to students and for the use of results in the school and district accountability system.
- Introduced HB368 (2023) to designate the pecan as the official state nut
- Introduced HB445 (2023) to specify that qualifying in a primary election is reopened the day after the secretary of state receives actual notice of the death of a candidate after qualifying and before the close of the polls on election day and closes at 4:30 pm on the third day (that is not a legal holiday) after notice is received.
- Co-sponsored HB462 (2023) to require each public school governing authority to post on its website certain fiscal information and requires the treasurer to post the information on the website of the Dept. of the Treasury
- Introduced HB75 (2022) to require each public school governing authority to post on its website information relative to instructional materials and activities for each school under its jurisdiction
- Introduced HB369 (2022) to require public school governing authorities and schools to post information on their websites relative to the laws providing for parents' rights with respect to their children's education
- Introduced HB453 (2022) to require public school governing authorities to post on their websites information pertaining to instructional materials and activities
- Introduced HR145 (2022) to request that the state Department of Education study and submit a report relative to transparency in education with respect to parental access to instructional materials
The surest sign of a suspicious financial transaction is a short deadline. It's no accident, then, that it was an artificial deadline that justified breaking the rules and breaking the bank.
Every Legislator is limited to only five non-fiscal bills this session. Some are great, but, as expected, some are nuts.