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Texas Legislature: Rep. Lyle Larson, District 122

Republican lawmaker's priority is securing water rights in Texas

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Rep. Lyle Larson is a native of San Antonio and a longtime elected leader whose formal education is in business administration.

Larson served as a San Antonio city councilman, as well as Bexar County commissioner. He came to the Texas House of Representatives in 2010, when he was voted as one of three "Rookies of the Year" by the Texas Tribune.

His primary cause is fighting for water rights.

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Lyle Larson
Republican

House District 122

Cross Mountain CDP, Fair Oaks Ranch, Grey Forest, Helotes, Hill Country Village, Hollywood Park, San Antonio, Scenic Oaks CDP, Shavano Park, Timberwood Park CDP

Committees: Calendars, Culture, Recreation & Tourism, General Investigating & Ethics, Natural Resources, Natural Resources - S/C on Special Water Districts (Chair), Transportation Planning, State Water Implementation Fund for Texas Advisory (Co-Chair), Economic, Stabilization Fund Balance, Select


Rep. Larson's filed bills

HB 298 Author: Larson
Last Action: 11/14/2016 H Filed
Caption: Relating to a parent's right to view the body of a deceased child before an autopsy is performed.

HB 299 Author: Larson
Last Action: 11/14/2016 H Filed
Caption: Relating to municipal annexation.

HB 301 Author: Larson
Last Action: 11/14/2016 H Filed
Caption: Relating to the authority of an appraisal district to increase the appraised value of property for ad valorem tax purposes in the tax year following a year in which the appraised value of the property is lowered as a result of an agreement, protest, or appeal.

HJR 30 Author: Larson
Last Action: 11/14/2016 H Filed
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment to authorize the legislature to limit the maximum appraised value of property for ad valorem tax purposes in a tax year if in the preceding tax year the owner of the property disputed the appraisal of the property and the appraised value was lowered as a result.

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