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Texas Legislature: Sen. Donna Campbell, District 25

Physician lawmaker looks to pass bill for families of first responders

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SAN ANTONIO – Sen. Donna Campbell returns to the Texas Senate with a self-described desire to make the 85th Texas Legislature a more Conservative session for the Senate. 

Campbell, an emergency room physician who lives in New Braunfels, filed a joint Senate bill that would provide a total homestead exemption for surviving spouses of first responders killed in the line of duty. 

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Donna Campbell
Republican

District 25

Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Kendall, Travis

Committees: Veteran Affairs & Military Installations, Administration, Education, Health & Human Services, Intergovernmental Relations 

 

 

 

Bills filed by Sen. Campbell

SB 13 Author: Huffman | Bettencourt | Birdwell | Burton | Campbell | et al.
Last Action: 12/16/2016 S Filed
Caption: Relating to payroll deductions for state and local government employee organizations.

SB 21 Author: Birdwell | Bettencourt | Campbell | Creighton | Hancock | et al.
Last Action: 12/06/2016 S Filed
Caption: Relating to the qualifications, duties, and limitations of Texas delegates to a convention called under Article V of the United States Constitution.

SB 23 Author: Schwertner | Bettencourt | Birdwell | Burton | Campbell | et al.
Last Action: 12/19/2016 S Filed
Caption: Relating to requiring state contractors to participate in the federal electronic verification of employment authorization program, or E-verify.

SB 25 Author: Creighton | Bettencourt | Birdwell | Burton | Campbell | et al.
Last Action: 11/21/2016 S Filed
Caption: Relating to eliminating the wrongful birth cause of action.

SB 173 Author: Campbell
Last Action: 11/14/2016 S Filed
Caption: Relating to the uniform election date.

SB 174 Author: Campbell
Last Action: 11/14/2016 S Filed
Caption: Relating to inclusion of a course on the founding principles of the United States in the curriculum requirements for public high school students and the posting of the founding documents of the United States in public school buildings.

SB 198 Author: Campbell
Last Action: 11/14/2016 S Filed
Caption: Relating to voting eligibility requirements for members of a metropolitan planning organization policy board.

SB 199 Author: Campbell
Last Action: 11/14/2016 S Filed
Caption: Relating to procedural requirements for adopting and filing a school district budget.

SB 200 Author: Campbell
Last Action: 11/14/2016 S Filed
Caption: Relating to public access to boundary, financial, and tax rate information of certain political subdivisions.

SB 201 Author: Campbell
Last Action: 11/14/2016 S Filed
Caption: Relating to ballot propositions authorizing certain political subdivisions to issue debt obligations.

SB 239 Author: Campbell
Last Action: 11/16/2016 S Filed
Caption: Relating to a parent's right to view the body of a deceased child before an autopsy is performed.

SB 277 Author: Campbell
Last Action: 12/08/2016 S Filed
Caption: Relating to the eligibility of certain property for certain ad valorem tax incentives relating to wind-powered energy devices.

SB 395 Author: Campbell
Last Action: 12/21/2016 S Filed
Caption: Relating to the prosecution of the offense of operation of unmanned aircraft over correctional facility or critical infrastructure facility.

SJR 1 Author: Campbell | Menéndez | Uresti | Zaffirini
Last Action: 12/15/2016 S Filed
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to provide for an exemption from ad valorem taxation of all or part of the market value of the residence homestead of the surviving spouse of a first responder who is killed or fatally injured in the line of duty.

SJR 2 Author: Birdwell | Bettencourt | Campbell | Creighton | Hancock | et al.
Last Action: 12/06/2016 S Filed
Caption: Applying to the Congress of the United States to call a convention under Article V of the United States Constitution for the limited purpose of proposing one or more amendments to the constitution to impose fiscal restraints on the federal government, to limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and to limit the terms of office of federal officials and members of Congress.

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