Where to Find Legislative Information
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There are many online sites where legislative information is readily available. Because online resources can be continually updated, they are often the most reliable sources for up-to-date information relating to recent legislative activity. The primary sources for legislative information are listed below.

Texas Legislature Online provides links to a number of sources of legislative information, including senate and house calendars, information on legislative bills, a legislative glossary, information about the legislative process, important legislative dates, and government websites.

Texas Senate website includes information on senate members, committees, daily agenda, video/audio streams of senate floor debates, committee hearings, and press conferences.

Texas House of Representatives website includes information on house members, committees, daily agenda, video/audio streams of house floor debates, committee hearings, and press conferences.

Legislative Budget Board website includes information on the Texas state budget through online publications and reports.
Who Represents Me provides information about districts and members of the Texas Senate, Texas House of Representatives, the Texas delegation to the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, and the State Board of Education that are currently serving.

Texas Silver-Haired Legislature (TSHL) provides information affecting its mission of promotes good government for all Texans by directly involving senior citizens in the legislative process. TSHL provides a nonpartisan forum for discussion and debate of senior issues, advocacy training and an avenue through which older citizens may serve as a resource to both public and private sectors.
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