Prospects for many Texas House bills dim if they’re not passed today. Here’s what you need to know.

By midnight Friday, House members have to grant preliminary approval to many bills originated in the lower chamber. There's likely not enough time to get to them all. But there are ways to revive measures so they still become law.

By Matthew Watkins, The Texas Tribune
Posted 5/13/21

Lots of legislation that originated in the Texas House this session faces a key deadline tonight: By midnight Friday, the lower chamber has to grant preliminary approval to such bills that …

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