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HJR99   Died in House Calendars Committee
Referred to House Criminal Jurisprudence Committee, chaired by a Democrat
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring the denial of bail to certain persons arrested for an offense resulting in the death of or serious bodily injury to a person younger than 18 years of age.
Republican Bill, authored by Stucky; Cook; Thimesch
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Fri 2/3/2023


(H) Filed
(H) Lynn Stucky signed onto the bill as Author
 

Fri 3/3/2023


(H) Referred to the House Criminal Jurisprudence Committee, chaired by a Democrat
 

Wed 4/26/2023


(H) David Cook signed onto the bill as Joint Author
(H) Kronda Thimesch signed onto the bill as Joint Author
 

Tue 5/2/2023


(H) Considered in public hearing
(H) House Criminal Jurisprudence Committee met and decided to leave this bill pending without objection.
 

Thu 5/4/2023


(H) House Criminal Jurisprudence Committee met and voted for passage. Ayes (Moody; Cook; Bhojani; Bowers; Darby; Harrison; Leach; Morales, Christina; Schatzline)
 

Tue 5/9/2023


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


Lobbying Against/For/On This Bill

Against

(Tue 5/2/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Hixon, Jenny for self (with Texas Civil Rights Project)
(Tue 5/2/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Place, Allen for self (with Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (TCDLA))
 

For

(Tue 5/2/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Gonzalez, Julio for Dallas Police Department
(Tue 5/2/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Hawthorne, Brian for self (with Sheriff's Association of Texas)
(Tue 5/2/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Woolley, J.R. for self (with Justices of the Peace and Constables Association of Texas)



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