SB 883 is an interesting disclosure bill requiring doctors and health care providers to disclose any policy or treatment plan they have for patients under 18 years of age.
HB 1902 by Rep. Sanford prohibits investment of retirement funds into companies that donate to Planned Parenthood. We will be discussing this bill in more detail in future articles.
Rep. Dan Flynn filed a bill providing religious liberty for clerks regarding marriages and marriage licenses. Rep Sanford has filed a similar bill that provides the same religious liberty protections for child welfare workers; it doesn’t state it directly, but the effect is to protect these workers religious liberty when they don’t agree with placing a child in the home of homosexuals. We will provide more information on this bill.
Rep. Smithee filed a bill making changes to the Supreme Court’s jurisdiction. We will provide more information on this bill.
HB 26 by Rep. Simmons is really intriguing as it creates a Board of Behavior Analyst Examiners that have more than likely been educated on the likes of this Guide for BACB and gained certifications for behavioral analytic sciences. This could also reach school teachers. This might be a way to prevent teachers from teaching the Human Rights Campaign Welcoming Schools curriculum that literally creates transgender children starting in kindergarten. Allowing our children to find their own way in life once more, instead of breeding it into them from a young age. We will provide more information on this bill.
HB 25 by Rep. Simmons eliminates straight party voting. There are other bills that do this, but it’s the low number that signals support by Speaker Straus.
Sen. Huffman’s SB 24 – sermon protection bill – was heard in State Affairs and left pending. The record shows no witnesses testified. ?We will provide more information on this bill.
Below is the text for the some of the bills described above. I will keep you posted on the progress of these and other bills.
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