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Grey Texas flag. Demand Action on Gun Bills

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Demand action NOW from Senator Cornyn and Senator Cruz on two gun safety bills!

Two bipartisan gun safety bills passed the US House of Representatives this spring.  They were sent to the US Senate and there has been no action.  

Stop SB9 zombies

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Request Chair Klick and Speaker Bonnen stop progress of Senate-
amended HB 2911

School Students Support Texas public education

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Please email and call conference committee members! Urge them to ensure these provisions are in the bill.  The Conference Committee has let it be known that

Baby crawling. Babies need healthy moms

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Urge Senate Health and Human Services Committee to hear HB 744 which will extend Medicaid coverage for new mothers to 12 months rather than the current 60 days.  This extension could save the lives of many new mothers.

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Please urge the Senate Health & Human Services Committee to stop our high suicide rates and move HB 3980 onto the Senate floor.

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Ask your state representative to support suicide prevention in Texas schools! Support SB 1390!

Help Maternal Mental Health. Babies!

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Please urge the House Calendars Committee to Help Maternal Mental Health and Schedule HB 2618 for a House Vote!

Women in a row! Protect Women's Health! Protect Choice in Texas

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Stop SB 1033. Help protect women’s health and access to comprehensive health services, including safe, legal abortions. 

Babies crawling. Support children's Health care bill SB 637

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Please urge the Senate Health and Human Services Committee to Vote for Texas Children’s Health!

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It is down to the last three days of the Session. The heavy lifting on most bills is over. But, now, more than ever leaders will pressure Senators to approve the nomination of David Whitley as Secretary of State.

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