Austin, TX --- State Representative Four Price has given his full support to a legislative measure that allows the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to use more of the money collected from the sale of sporting goods equipment in order to maintain Texas parks.
Austin, TX --- State Representative Four Price is pleased to recognize his Capitol staff team and their hard work for a successful first 60 days of the 83rd Legislative Session. Earlier this year, Price named Jacquelyn Greenwood as Communications Director and Policy Analyst, Meredith Earwood as Legislative Assistant and Scheduler, and Hal Talton as returning Chief of Staff and General Counsel.
Representative Four Price's House Bill 220 – a measure aimed at lengthening prison sentences for perpetrators convicted of repeated physical abuse or injury against a child, an elderly individual, or a disabled person – has been scheduled for a public hearing at the Capitol. The bill will be heard by the House Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence on Tuesday, March 12 at 10:30 a.m. or upon adjournment of the House.
In his desire to bring awareness to this important anti-abuse bill, Representative Four Price issued the following statement:
Austin, TX --- During the 82nd legislative session, State Representative Four Price authored and championed a bill, known as "Natasha's Law," to help protect Texas youth from the effects of dangerous sports-related concussions. This session, Price continues to advocate for action to curb instances of traumatic brain injuries.
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AUSTIN - State Representative Four Price was sworn in today for his second 2-year term in the Texas House of Representatives.
Price's wife, Karen, and their four children, Abby, Brooke, Cody and Curry, accompanied him on the House Floor during the ceremony.
"I am privileged and humbled to have the honor of again representing House District 87 in the Texas House of Representatives," Price said. "I look forward to a productive legislative session and the opportunity to advance the goals of my constituents and our region."
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