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HB111   Died in Committee with No Public Hearing
Referred to House State Affairs Committee, chaired by a Republican
Priority #4: Stop Sexualizing Texas Kids
Caption: Relating to affirmative defenses to prosecution for certain offenses involving material or conduct that is obscene or otherwise harmful to children.
Republican Bill, authored by Toth
Co-authors: Bumgarner; Cain; Hayes; Hefner; Leo-Wilson; Metcalf; Patterson; Rogers; Spiller; Stucky; Swanson; Thimesch; Vasut
Sponsors:
Co-sponsors:

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Mon 11/14/2022


(H) Filed
 

Thu 2/23/2023


(H) Referred to the House State Affairs Committee, chaired by a Republican
 

Tue 3/14/2023


(H) Valoree Swanson signed onto the bill as Coauthor
 

Thu 3/16/2023


(H) David Spiller signed onto the bill as Coauthor
 

Mon 3/20/2023


(H) Terri Leo-Wilson signed onto the bill as Coauthor
 

Mon 3/27/2023


(H) Briscoe Cain signed onto the bill as Coauthor
 

Tue 3/28/2023


(H) Richard Hayes signed onto the bill as Coauthor
 

Mon 4/3/2023


(H) Jared Patterson signed onto the bill as Coauthor
 

Mon 4/17/2023


(H) Cody Vasut signed onto the bill as Coauthor
 

Fri 4/21/2023


(H) Glenn Rogers signed onto the bill as Coauthor
 

Wed 4/26/2023


(H) Cole Hefner signed onto the bill as Coauthor
 

Fri 5/5/2023


(H) Will Metcalf signed onto the bill as Coauthor
 

Tue 5/9/2023


(H) Kronda Thimesch signed onto the bill as Coauthor
 

Fri 5/19/2023


(H) Ben Bumgarner signed onto the bill as Coauthor
(H) Lynn Stucky signed onto the bill as Coauthor


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